A polo multimillionaire went to prison over a deadly DUI crash. Now he claims new proof could free him

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — One of the biggest South Florida criminal court cases of the last decade has been quietly reopened — the DUI manslaughter conviction of polo club founder John Goodman.And it’s partly over vomit, of all things.The multimillionaire, who is serving a 16-year state prison sentence, claims there is new proof he threw up from chugging liquor after the Feb. 12, 2010, crash in Wellington, helping substantiate his account of that night.It’s a return to Goodman’s “man cave” defense — that his elevated blood alcohol level was from drinking at a private bar he stumbled upon while l…

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