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, most lawyers haven't a clue about use of force and won't analyze it correctly if they are contacted by someone bitten by your dog. In home defense, the law generally gives more latitude to the resident, and . will have a harder time winning a lawsuit. In the street, you may have a slightly harder time, depending on the nature of the encounter, and how well the bitee perjures himself. I think that criminal prosecution would not be something to worry about, but that civil litigation might result, and that is where the extra investment in time and $$ to get a good quality dog is gonna pay off. It will really pay if you have lots of friends and neighbors who regularly interact with the dog and will be able to testify as to its peaceful nature, tolerance for the abusiveness of 4 year old kids, etc. Ayoob's book has many passages about the possible civil and criminal consequences of use of force, and you should consider them in some of your planning. If you have a large, aggressive dog, you will have to walk it on a short lead all the time, just to keep someone . from claiming that the dog was loose and came after them at random, without provocation, no matter how well trained and tempered the dog is.