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W hen other lawyers have asked attorney Dennis Riordan why he took the appellate case of convicted dog mauling murderer Marjorie Knoller, he has a ready reply.

“Because I got a client who is innocent of murder,” Riordan said Friday as he argued for a new trial for Knoller before San Francisco Superior Court Judge James Warren.

Warren said he would rule on Riordan’s new trial motion June 17, when he is also “provisionally” scheduled to sentence Knoller and her husband, Robert Noel.

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