REDDING, Conn. - A 75-year-old Redding woman charged with cruelty to two horses made a court appearance Monday and asked the judge for more time to find a lawyer, reports newstimes.com .
Lisa Lind-Larsen was given until April 6 by Superior Court Judge Cara Eschuck to find a new lawyer, the newstimes.com reported.
Lind-Larsen has been representing herself since her arrest in April on charges of leaving an unattended dog in her car and moving a dog over state lines without the proper vaccinations, according to the report.
The report also said the cruelty to horses charge stems from July after authorities found two emaciated horses on her property.
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