More than anything, Dennis DeMartin is sorry no one believes him.
Less than a day after DeMartin’s missteps as a juror led a judge to overturn polo mogul John Goodman’s DUI manslaughter conviction, he found himself trying to prepare to face possible contempt of court charges — which could carry jail time for the the 69-year-old retired Delray Beach accountant.
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