The notorious dog owner Marjorie Knoller has served her time for involuntary manslaughter, but the California Supreme Court sounded ready Tuesday to send her back to prison, this time for second-degree murder.

To do that, the justices need only find implied malice in Knoller’s ownership of two dogs that mauled a neighbor to death in their Pacific Heights apartment building.

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