A New Jersey appeals court on Wednesday reversed a trial judge who relied on his personal experience with canines in ruling that a dog that bit two people did not fall under the state Dangerous Dog Statute.

Camden County Superior Court Judge John McNeill failed to buttress his conclusion “with anything other than subjective opinion, bereft of factual support in the record,” the court held in State v. Taffet, A-3305-08.

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