The literary career of Dennis DeMartin is looking bright.
DeMartin, the 69-year-old retired accountant from Delray Beach, may be the only person in America to take a stab at a new writing career while concurrently serving as a juror in the high-stakes DUI manslaughter case against Wellington polo mogul John Goodman.
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