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    Gallery: Judge won’t stop euthanization of Dakota the dog - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Linda Janeski, current owner of a dog named Dakota who has been ordered to be euthanized after repeated attacks on other dogs, wipes tears after Judge Valerie Stanfill refused to reverse the decision in Waterville District Court on Tuesday.

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    Linda Janeski, left, current owner of a dog named Dakota, attorney Bonnie Martinolich and previous dog owner Matthew Perry attend a hearing to see if the court ordered euthanasia sentence on the dog for repeated attacks on other dogs would be reversed. Judge Valerie Stanfill refused to change the original decision in Waterville District Court on Tuesday.

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    Kennebec and Somerset District Attorney Maeghan Maloney speaks about the hearing where Judge Valerie Stanfill upheld the decision to euthanize a dog named Dakota after repeated attacks on other dogs.

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    Attorneys Francis Griffin and Bonnie Martinolich argue the case in a hearing asking the court to reverse a decision to euthanize a dog that has repeatedly attacked other dogs. Judge Valerie Stanfill refused to reverse the decision in Waterville District Court on Tuesday.

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    Mathew Perry, original owner of a dog named Dakota, listens as Judge Valerie Stanfill decides not to reverse the order to euthanize the dog for repeated attacks on other dogs in Waterville District Court on Tuesday.

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