New hearing set in Beau the dog case; attorney will file to withdraw

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DYERSBURG, Tenn. — A hearing is set for Friday to determine whether a dog deemed vicious will be euthanized, and one of the attorneys will file to withdraw from the case. Beau the dog was deemed vicious in September after police say he killed a duck and attempted to bite an 8-year-old boy. A hearing has been set for 10 a.m. Friday to determine whether Beau will be euthanized, according to attorney Bill Edwards of Dyersburg. Brian Boyd, a Brentwood attorney and the other lawyer besides Edwards representing the interests of the dog, will officially file a motion Friday to withdraw from the case, according to Dyer County Circuit Court Clerk T.J. Jones. Both Edwards and Boyd have provided services free of charge.

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