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A New Jersey mom was given a $500 ticket and is facing a possible 6 months in jail for helping rehabilitate two baby squirrels.
HOWELL, N.J. (WPVI) - An animal lover from New Jersey is speaking out against charges she's facing for taking care of baby squirrels.
Last week the state offered Vaccarella a plea deal saying they would drop the hefty fine if she plead guilty to "unauthorized possession of wildlife" and paid a $35 court fee, yet she refused.
"I can't plead guilty to saving a life," she said.
Her trial is scheduled for Wednesday.
There's an old saying, "when all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail."
When you employee an endless army of bureaucrats to regulate everyday life, they have to justify their job titles and stories like this are what comes of it.