A judge on Friday will likely end Wellington polo club founder John Goodman’s stint on house arrest, and call off his 24-hour sheriff’s deputy guard detail and the other conditions on his $7 million appellate bond from his now-overturned DUI manslaughter conviction.
The request from Goodman’s attorneys to reinstate his pretrial release conditions come just as a contempt-of-court case continues to unfold against former juror Dennis DeMartin, whose actions Circuit Judge Jeffrey Colbath cited as the reason he had to throw out Goodman’s conviction and 16-year prison sentence earlier this month.
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