Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Julie St. Marie, left, asks questions of Center Valley Animal Rescue Director Sara Penhallegon as she took the stand in the state’s case against a Chimacum man who is facing a jury trial for the second time on first-degree animal cruelty charges. Superior Court Judge Keith Harper is on the bench. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Julie St. Marie, left, asks questions of Center Valley Animal Rescue Director Sara Penhallegon as she took the stand in the state’s case against a Chimacum man who is facing a jury trial for the second time on first-degree animal cruelty charges. Superior Court Judge Keith Harper is on the bench. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

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