These statutes provide Connecticut's endangered species provisions.Included are the findings and policy, definitions, acquisition and management of habitat, and penalties for taking of listed species.Any person who maliciously and intentionally maims, mutilates, tortures, wounds or kills an animal is also guilty of a Class D felony.
This unusually short Connecticut statute limits the liability of equine sponsors by providing that each person engaged in recreational equestrian activities assumes the risk for any injury arising out of the hazards inherent in equestrian sports.
However, if the the injury was proximately caused by the negligence of the person providing the horse or by the failure to guard or warn against a dangerous condition, use, structure or activity, liability if not limited by law.
These Connecticut states reflect the state's laws on the keeping of wild animals.
Section 6619 of Chapter 338 from the 1918 General Laws of Connecticut covers information, procedure and bail.
Specifically, the statute states the circumstances for reach a search warrant will be issued.