New York Agriculture & Markets Law
Sec. § 96-Z-9
Criminal Slaughter, Processing or Possession of Inedible Meat


96-z-9. Criminal slaughter, processing or possession of inedible meat. A person is guilty of criminal slaughter, processing or possession of inedible meat when he knowingly and unlawfully (a) slaughters, for the purpose of human consumption, any animal from which such meat would be derived, (b) adds, mixes or otherwise combines any such meat with food intended for human consumption, or bones, cuts, grinds or otherwise processes such meat for the purpose of human consumption, or

(c)

possesses such meat with intent to sell the meat for human consumption. Criminal slaughter, processing or possession of an inedible meat is a class E felony.
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