Polo Tycoon's Story Wasn't Credible, Juror in DUI Manslaughter Case Says

A juror who helped convict Florida polo tycoon John Goodman of DUI manslaughter and vehicular homicide said the defendant's testimony, including the argument that he got drunk only after a fatal February 2010 crash, simply wasn't credible. In fact, Dennis DeMartin, juror number five, told ABC News, Goodman's testimony was "pitiful." "I really felt sorry for him," said DeMartin, a retired accountant who plans to write a book about the experience. "I didn't think they should have put him on up...Full Story
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