Christopher Skiff, right, owner of the Manse on Marsh assisted living facility in San Luis Obispo, sits next to his attorney Bob Sanger while in court for a motion to dismiss the felony elder abuse and manslaughter charges against him and Gary Potts, the former administrator for the facility, related to the death of 65-year-old Manse on Marsh resident Mauricio Edgar Cardenas, who was hit by a car while walking in 2014.
Christopher Skiff, right, owner of the Manse on Marsh assisted living facility in San Luis Obispo, sits next to his attorney Bob Sanger while in court for a motion to dismiss the felony elder abuse and manslaughter charges against him and Gary Potts, the former administrator for the facility, related to the death of 65-year-old Manse on Marsh resident Mauricio Edgar Cardenas, who was hit by a car while walking in 2014. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com
Christopher Skiff, right, owner of the Manse on Marsh assisted living facility in San Luis Obispo, sits next to his attorney Bob Sanger while in court for a motion to dismiss the felony elder abuse and manslaughter charges against him and Gary Potts, the former administrator for the facility, related to the death of 65-year-old Manse on Marsh resident Mauricio Edgar Cardenas, who was hit by a car while walking in 2014. Joe Johnston jjohnston@thetribunenews.com

Manse on Marsh manslaughter case nears trial as judge rejects motion to dismiss

July 25, 2018 06:10 PM