Polo Tycoon Manslaughter Trial: Prosecution Rests

John Goodman is accused of vehicular manslaughter while driving drunk.
2:18 | 03/20/12

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Transcript for Polo Tycoon Manslaughter Trial: Prosecution Rests
All right known to -- polo tycoon on trial for allegedly killing a young man as he drove his Bentley while intoxicated. The prosecution has rested the defense began its case Monday with the accused high society friends taking the stand ABC's -- -- is in West Palm Beach, Florida. With the very latest this morning good morning to you and. Good morning good morning Josh -- the jurors here are getting to hear from the elite in the world of polo as this multi millionaire tycoon. Fights for his freedom. John Goodman is relying heavily on his friends in high places to prove that he wasn't drunk. When his Bentley slammed -- Scott Wilson's Hyundai in February 2010. Killing the 23 year old. First to the face of Ralph Lauren. And international polo -- not show -- garrison he told jurors his millionaire Powell was sober in the hours before the fatal crash. Did mr. Goodman sound like he had slurred speech from the moon -- -- Conversation. -- heroes was a celebrity bartender -- charity event that night. -- again he was also there the socialite is well known in the world of polo. Last summer she -- Prince William one of her horses for a match she and her husband both owners of rival polo teams dying with Goodman that. Night and did he appear in any way to be impaired intoxicated or drop. Now to my knowledge no. But prosecutors are focus not just on how much the -- -- local was drinking. -- is two point but also on his actions or lack thereof after the crash. Goodman waited almost an Howard called 911. Do you -- -- -- resting their case Monday they called the chief medical examiner. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Goodman's defense team said he wasn't drunk but. And that Goodman hit his head. Now if convicted John Goodman faces up to thirty years in prison as his defense team continues today. The big question here will he take the stand. We'll be watching -- -- and -- thank you.

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