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54-911. Prohibited acts relating to equine;violation; penalty.(1) No person shall intentionally trip or cause to fall,or lasso or rope the legs of, any equine by any means for the purpose of entertainment,sport, practice, or contest. The intentional tripping or causing to fall,or lassoing or roping the legs of, any equine by any means for the purposeof entertainment, sport, practice, or contest shall not be considered a commonlyaccepted practice occurring in conjunction with sanctioned rodeos, animalracing, or pulling contests.(2) Violationof this section is a Class I misdemeanor. SourceLaws 2010, LB865, § 11.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-911

54-911. Prohibited acts relating to equine;violation; penalty.(1) No person shall intentionally trip or cause to fall,or lasso or rope the legs of, any equine by any means for the purpose of entertainment,sport, practice, or contest. The intentional tripping or causing to fall,or lassoing or roping the legs of, any equine by any means for the purposeof entertainment, sport, practice, or contest shall not be considered a commonlyaccepted practice occurring in conjunction with sanctioned rodeos, animalracing, or pulling contests.(2) Violationof this section is a Class I misdemeanor. SourceLaws 2010, LB865, § 11.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Nebraska > Chapter54 > 54-911

54-911. Prohibited acts relating to equine;violation; penalty.(1) No person shall intentionally trip or cause to fall,or lasso or rope the legs of, any equine by any means for the purpose of entertainment,sport, practice, or contest. The intentional tripping or causing to fall,or lassoing or roping the legs of, any equine by any means for the purposeof entertainment, sport, practice, or contest shall not be considered a commonlyaccepted practice occurring in conjunction with sanctioned rodeos, animalracing, or pulling contests.(2) Violationof this section is a Class I misdemeanor. SourceLaws 2010, LB865, § 11.

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