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Knoller says SF court lacks jurisdiction  San Francisco: Lawyers for Marjorie Knoller said she cannot be sentenced on the remaining involuntary manslaughter conviction Dog-maul case going to appeal. San Francisco Noel get 4 years. New trial on murder
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Marjorie Knoller to be freed soon  San Francisco: The woman convicted of manslaughter in dog-mauling case is having served 3 years behind bars altogether Schneider sentenced to third life term. San Francisco Noel Still Behind Bars  San Francisco: The corrections department will release Robert Noel sometime in the next few days Schneider pleads guilty to crimes in prison. San Francisco Robert Noel Could Be Released. San Francisco Lawyer indicted of stealing from poor  San Francisco: Nikolai Tehin, 56, accused of stealing more than $2 million from poor and disabled clients Knoller urges to uphold tossing out murder. San Francisco State wants murder conviction reinstated. San Francisco Dog mauling civil suit settled. San Francisco Knoller sentenced to 4 years in prison
  Court Upholds Murder In Dog Mauling  San Francisco: A California appeals court has found that Marjorie Knoller whose 140-pound dog killed a neighbor was properly convicted of second degree-mur...   15-To-Life For Dog Owner In Fatal Mauling  San Francisco: Marjorie Knoller, 53, whose two dogs viciously attacked and killed her neighbor was convicted of second-degree murder in the Jan. 26, 2001   CA High Court To Hear Dog Maul Appeal  San Francisco: The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether Marjorie Knoller can be given a 2nd-degree murder conviction   Conviction Reinstated in Dog-Mauling Case  San Francisco: A state appeals court reinstated the 2nd-degree murder conviction of Marjorie Knoller whose dogs killed a neighbor Dog Mauling Case Back in Court  San Francisco: Marjorie Knoller convicted in the dog-mauling death of her neighbor was back in court Knoller released from prison

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  San Francisco: Marjorie Knoller, convicted in dog mauling, was released from prison after serving more than half of a 4-year sentence

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  San Francisco: Marjorie Knoller was sentenced to the maximum of 4 years in prison for the dog-mauling death of a neighbor

  San Francisco: Judge James Warren was saying Robert Noel showed 'an utter lack of remorse' for the fatal dog mauling of Diane Whipple
Jun.7 Dog Mauling Sentencing Delayed  San Francisco: Superior Court Judge James Warren needed time to consider the arguments presented in court Lawyers for Knoller seek new trial  San Francisco: Lawyers for convicted of murder in dog attack are saying prosecutors failed to prove she knew the animals would kill anyone Hearing for convicted in dog mauling  San Francisco: Marjorie Knoller and Robert Noel returned to court for sentencing -- and for Knoller's bid for a new trial Jun.1 Prosecutors urge maximum term. San Francisco May.23 Convicted in dog case seeks new trial  San Francisco: Lawyers for M. Knoller argued that her conviction should be dropped because she improperly associated with a prison gang May.17 Lawyers fined in dog mauling case  San Francisco: Lawyers violated a gag order but were not in contempt of court, the judge ruled Apr.24 'Night Stalker' Linked to Dog-Mauling Case  San Francisco: State investigators now think Paul 'Cornfed' Schneider may be the original night stalker responsible for ten murders Apr.13 Lawyer in dog attack trial admits mistakes  San Francisco: Nedra Ruiz has acknowledged in court that she might have made mistakes during the trial Apr.3 Police release 911 tape from dog mauling
  San Francisco: An elderly neighbor frantically called police, saying she was too afraid to intervene
Mar.26 Couple convicted in dog mauling returned  San Francisco: Marjorie Knoller was astounded the jury convicted her of second-degree murder Mar.21 Relief to Guilty Verdicts. San Francisco Feb.1 Accusations of Fight Before Mauling. San Francisco Jan.30 2nd Dog in Fatal Attack Put to Death. San Francisco Jan.14 Couple argue for separate trials. San Francisco Jan.4 Couple asks for separate trials. San Francisco

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Nov.21 Death Threat in Dog-Mauling Case
. San Francisco Oct.12 Trial in dog mauling moved to LA
  San Francisco: Judge said Marjorie Knoller and Robert Noel probably couldn't get fair treatment in San Francisco Bay area
Sep.21 Alternate locations for dog attack trial. San Francisco Aug.31 Knoller's bail reduced. San Francisco Aug.14 Request to move trial. San Francisco Jul.27 Suit over death of lesbian partner. San Francisco Jun.15 Gag order in dog mauling case. San Francisco May.29 Couple plead innocent. San Francisco May.9 No pleas in dog attack case. San Francisco Apr.12 Lawyers can't afford attorney. San Francisco Mar.27 2 lawyers indicted in dog attack
  San Francisco: Knoller, 45, was charged with second-degree murder. She and Noel, 59, were charged with involuntary manslaughter Feb.28 Media denied dog-attack records. San Francisco Feb.10 New Evidence Against Dog Owners. San Francisco Feb.9 Apartment of dog owners searched

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