The fact that a dog bites someone doesn’t necessarily prove the owner is to blame, the Georgia Court of Appeals has ruled.
A panel of three—at least two of whom admitted to being dog owners during oral arguments and one of whom has a dog with a Twitter following—reversed a trial court judge and said the case should go to a jury.
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