The mustachioed man in the suit and golden tie Friday was hardly recognizable as Dennis DeMartin, the 70-year-old retired Delray Beach accountant now charged with single-handedly destroying the DUI manslaughter conviction against polo mogul John Goodman.
Gone were the button-down cotton shirts, khakis and clean shaves the former juror wore when the drinking experiments and omissions of DUI in the family were just a matter of question for a judge and attorneys arguing over whether juror misconduct had robbed Goodman of a fair trial.
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