The Georgia Supreme Court has turned aside an appeal from Agnes Scott College seeking to end a long-running false imprisonment lawsuit that began when a student accused a woman of sexual assault and had her arrested.

The convoluted case has already been dismissed once, only to be revived by the justices, and a 2016 trial ended in a mistrial over juror misbehavior.

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