The tipping point in the trial may have been evidence about a neighbor who regularly toted a handgun when she went to her mailbox out of concerns that she might run into the dog in question.

Certainly, some part of the circumstances preceding the moment when that same dog bit Jennifer Duggin as she strolled through her Brock neighborhood triggered a strong reaction by a Parker County jury.

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