A woman bitten by her own pit bull was convicted of having a dangerous dog, but she fought to keep her animals, and she won.
A state appeals court panel agreed with Jennifer Bucher and threw out her conviction.
The Dauphin County woman argued she unintentionally provoked the attack when she tried to break up a fight.
The judges found no proof that her dogs were violent toward others.
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