Maryland dog bite victim advocacy ::, a national dog bite victims' group, submitted an amicus brief on behalf of the young mauling victim in Tracey v. Solesky, which helped move the Court of Appeals to modify Maryland common law and attach strict liability when a pit bull terrier attacks a person. This web page was designed in 2012 to help citizens and groups take action to support the high court's ruling.

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Stay informed about the current and upcoming legislative attempts to undo the integrity of the high court's ruling.



The 911 call

Watch the 911 call at the center of the high court decision, Tracey v. Solesky.

911 Call of Tracey v. Solesky

On April 28, 2007 a pit bull inflicted a life-threatening attack on a young boy in a residential ally. Dominic Solesky of Towson, Maryland, was 10-years old. Learn more.

What you can do

Contact key legislators

Contact legislators and voice support for the Court's decision, otherwise victims may lose the Court's remedy, which holds pit bull owners and landlords financially responsible for the injuries these dogs cause.

Support materials

Download key support and educational materials and attach them to emails directed at Maryland legislators.

Additional information

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