The case of San Francisco’s most unpopular dog owner seems to have no end in sight.

In 2002, a jury convicted Marjorie Knoller of second-degree murder after her two Presa Canario dogs mauled her neighbor Diane Whipple to death. Months later, the judge threw out the verdict and granted Knoller a new trial — only to be reversed by the 1st District Court of Appeal in 2005. Now, the California Supreme Court says both the trial court and the appeal court got it wrong.

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