Law Enforcement

The NLEC is a group of current and former local and state prosecutors, attorneys general, and other law enforcement professionals who support fortifying the legal framework against animal cruelty and seeing that all of our animal welfare laws are robustly enforced at all levels of government. Putting law enforcement professionals in the forefront of the nation’s work to combat animal cruelty, the NLEC is chaired by former Oklahoma Attorney General Drew Edmondson and former Clatsop County (Ore.) District Attorney Josh Marquis and has 27 members.

Tiger King Watches from Prison as House Pass Big Cats Legislation

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Arizona’s law targeting pet stores proves unworkable

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Mink Farming Industry Poses Unique Threat To Public Health

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Federal Court On Guam Strikes Down Challenge To Federal Cockfighting Ban

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Former Kentucky Attorney General Prosecutes The Case Against Cruelty

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Violating California Law on Kangaroo Skin Sales

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Let The Punishment Fit The Crime

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Cockfighters Invoke Religious Freedom and Cultural Prerogative

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Dave Aronberg: Fighting for Animals in Palm Beach County

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COVID-19, Launched from a Chinese Live-Animal Market, is also a Cause for Self-Reflection When it Comes to Our Treatment of Animals

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The U.S. Department of Justice Needs an Animal Cruelty Unit

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Animal Wellness Defends Authority of the United States to Ban Cockfighting

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Horse Racing Indictments

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Barbara LaWall Joins NLEC

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Nation’s First-Ever Federal Anti-Cruelty Enacted

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