Denver Lee Shoop won’t serve any jail time and will have $600 in legal financial obligations put on hold pending the outcome of an appeal. A jury found Shoop, 74, guilty of eight counts of first-degree animal cruelty last month. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

Denver Lee Shoop won’t serve any jail time and will have $600 in legal financial obligations put on hold pending the outcome of an appeal. A jury found Shoop, 74, guilty of eight counts of first-degree animal cruelty last month. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

No jail time in animal cruelty case

Chimacum man’s attorney files appeal based on jury instructions

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