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Ann-Marie Gregory talks to the Telegraph

Ann-Marie Gregory has a split practice of Children Law and Defending against the RSPCA.  The Telegraph have sought Ann-Marie's opinion on the over-zealous approach of the RSPCA to prosecute.

"When the family dog, Becks, got fleas, Charlene Draper did what any responsible owner would do: she treated him with canine anti-flea shampoo. As a result, thanks to Britain’s biggest animal welfare charity, she found herself in court last week, facing up to six months in prison and costs of £8,000."

“The RSPCA go in all guns blazing. To get them to call a halt is nigh-on impossible unless you do a deal, normally to sign over your animals – which is the last thing people want to do,” says Anne Marie Gregory, a barrister who handles many RSPCA cases.

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