High court rules against family in alligator death

High court rules against family in alligator death

Georgia’s highest court has reversed a lower court ruling in the death of a Georgia woman whose partially-eaten body was found in a subdivision lagoon frequented by an alligator. The Georgia Supreme Court’s 4-3 decision means the family of 83-year-old Gwyneth Williams has lost its attempt to have a jury try their case against owners of the gated community near Savannah where she died in 2007. Read More……


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