Court Upholds Damage Award Against Winn-Dixie re said last week it was "disappointed" -- and is considering its options -- following a court ruling that upheld a lower court judgment against the chain in a case involving an 18-year-old boy who consumed alcohol purchased at a Winn-Dixie store shortly before he died in a single-car accident in 1998. In last week's ruling, the Cumberland County Superior Court in Raleigh, N.C., said the boy's parents are aggrieved parties under the law and are ...

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