In PA.... Neighbor problems for two years, we each own very large wide open 1 acre plots. I was quietly working along the property line, and 30 mins in, they release their dog on purpose, to let it bark at me through the fence, which is 10' removed from the property line. I yelled at him (no cursing), to take the dog back, and he said he didn't have too. Back and forth it went. He then says he's calling the cops, I said go ahead. They have been dying to get me in trouble, and took my request to keep their dog from barking at me, and flat out lied to the State Policeman that during the conversation I said, "I will kill your dog." That was never said, yet the officer believed them. After he interviewed me, the officer said everything was good, and "We don't want to have to come back." I thought that was that. I have no video, but they do. Not sure about sound, but we were over 200' from any cameras. He might also not want to show the video because, it would show him running to the gate, to get around his fence and trying to pretend to start a fight, even though I know he was bluffing. I didn't say that happened, but perhaps I should have, and he might be looking at a ticket? Well a month after the incident, I got a summary citation in the mail for violating Title 18 Section 27 Subsection 2709 (a) (3) "engages in a course of conduct or repeatedly commits acts which serve no legitimate purpose" relating to the dog argument. Keep in mind that the officer also wrote "we have been here 4 times in two years". Each time they came, it was for no legitimate reason. Each time the State Police came, a different officer came. So this last officer didn't come those 4 times. The reasons given for each time they called 911 were (over a two year span). I called one time against them for #3. 1) taking pictures of their new construction (no ticket given as this is legal) 2) said I was looking at them from my window which is over 250' from their property. All I was doing was talking on the phone, they took that as me staring/harassing them. No ticket. 3) Neighbor flashes a deer spotting light at random times in my windows. I said do it again I'll call the cops. He did, and I called. No ticket to either side given. 4) The last time is this dog issue. I need to know why I feel the officer chose their side. The wife over there is extremely good at crying and being dramatic, and I think the cop fell for it. I've never been arrested or charged with anything, and feel this is such a blatant example of lying to the police, I just can't believe it. I'm looking to hire a $1000 attorney, to fight a $35 ticket, because it's the principle of the matter I'm fighting for. Is this a case worth fighting, and if I somehow am found guilty, what should I expect? A fine, probation, or is it just this one time $35 fee?