Former Anniston restaurant owner gets maximum for animal cruelty ...

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Sep 2, 2015 ... David Mogil spent 223 days in jail since his arrest last November, The Anniston Star reported. Anniston/Gadsden Real-Time News Former Anniston restaurant owner gets maximum for animal cruelty Updated Mar 06, 2019; Posted Sep 02, 2015 David Martin Mogil (Anniston Police) By William Thornton | wthornton@al.com The Anniston Star is reporting that a former Anniston restaurant owner has received the maximum for a 2014 animal cruelty case through a split sentence. David Mogil received a 10 year split sentence Tuesday which will allow him to go free after serving 223 days in jail. He will serve the remaining 142 days and nine years under supervised probation, the paper reported. Mogil will also receive random testing for alcohol and drugs and must complete an anger management course, attend Alcoholics Anonymous meetings twice a week, meetings with a mentor at least once a week and fulfill 100 hours of community service. Convicted in August, Mogil was accused of striking a cocker spaniel, Coco, repeatedly with a garden hose on a second-story balcony above Damn Yankee's Oyster Bar on Noble Street. The dog, yelping in pain, apparently leapt from the balcony, landing in an alleyway below. A veterinarian testified the dog showed no serious long-term injury. For more details, read The Star's story here. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission. © 2020 Advance Local Media LLC. All rights reserved (About Us). The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Advance Local.



Anniston restaurant owner responds to animal abuse charges | WBMA

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Jan 30, 2015 ... David Mogil spoke exclusively with ABC 33-40 after his release from the Calhoun County Jail."People call me a dog abuser and that I kicked the ...---



David Martin Mogil v. State of Alabama | FindLaw

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David Martin Mogil appeals his conviction for aggravated cruelty to an animal, see § 13A–11–14.1, Ala. Code 1975, and his sentence of 10 years' imprisonment . Begin typing to search, use arrow keys to navigate, use enter to select DAVID MARTIN MOGIL V. STATE OF ALABAMA David Martin Mogil v. State of Alabama David Martin Mogil v. State of Alabama David Martin Mogil appeals his conviction for aggravated cruelty to an animal, see § 13A–11–14.1, Ala. Code 1975, and his sentence of 10 years' imprisonment. The trial court split that sentence to time served followed by supervised probation.1 The trial court ordered Mogil to pay a $1,000 fine, a $262.50 bail-bond fee, and a $50 crime victims' compensation assessment. The State's evidence at trial tended to show the following. James Wright, the owner of Grady Electrical Contractors, testified that, on November 19, 2014, he and two employees, Brian Roberts and Donald Pippen, were working at Rack and Roll Billiards in Anniston. Wright explained that Rack and Roll Billiards is adjacent to a restaurant named Damn Yankees, and a second-story balcony with a solid-wall railing is located directly above the back entrance to Damn Yankees. Although Wright had never heard any dogs on the balcony, he had seen dogs peek their heads over the railing. When Wright arrived at Rack and Roll Billiards at approximately 7:30 a.m., Pippen was standing outside, and he and Pippen “heard an animal yelping and hollering.” Mogil was standing on the balcony cursing and “pretty much just hollering and making a lot of movement.” Wright described Mogil's movement as “kicking something” and “an erratic movement in a very angrily [sic] manner.” Mogil eventually went inside, and Wright and his employees continued their work inside Rack and Roll Billiards.




Appeals court overturns animal cruelty conviction for Dave Mogil

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Dec 17, 2016 ... The animal cruelty case against former Anniston restaurant owner Dave Mogil is headed back to court after the Alabama State Court of Criminal ... Please log in, or sign up for a new account and purchase a subscription to continue reading. Anniston man charged with April assault Appeals court overturns animal cruelty conviction for Dave Mogil By Laura Camper, Star Staff Writer, lcamper@annistonstar.com Dec 17, 2016 David Mogil, on the stand in his animal cruelty trial in August, answers questions from his attorney, Bill Broome, at the Calhoun County Courthouse. Trent Penny/The Anniston Star/file The animal cruelty case against former Anniston restaurant owner Dave Mogil is headed back to court after the Alabama State Court of Criminal Appeals overturned his 2015 conviction. “I’m a citizen again,” Mogil said on Saturday. “I wish I could have voted for Donald Trump.” log in, or sign up for a new account and purchase a subscription to continue reading. Staff writer Laura Camper: 256-235-3545 or, in Heflin, 256-463-2872. On Twitter @LCamper_Star. 2 more indicted in connection with Riverside arson case JSU notebook: Webb plays, replay issues, injury troubles Catherine Downing: Duct tape and relaxing colors Cybersecurity expert Essye B. Miller will speak at Talladega College gradu… ALEA will increase enforcement efforts over holiday weekend (with photos) LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Dr. Anthony Fauci shows his true colors in interview… LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Be smart, think for yourself Pell City School Board approves $39 million fiscal year budget Some could stay at Barber Terrace through tear-down, rebuild A division of Consolidated Publishing








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