Victim of Delray dog mauling award millions (you have to wonder what the award would have been if the dog had been a tiger)
Thursday, June 07, 2007
Marguene St. Juste was walking home when the dogs escaped from their yard at
and jumped on her, ripping into her arms, stomach and face.
Keli Nowling, the dogs’ owner, voluntarily signed papers giving county officials permission to destroy them after the attack.
A jury found the city of
Nowling, who longer lives in
The city plans to appeal the jury’s decision.
Even if the verdict is upheld on appeal, St. Juste will have to seek legislative approval to receive the entire jury award. Cities in
St. Juste and her family now live in Lantana.
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