PALM BEACH COUNTY (CBSMiami) – Polo mogul John Goodman will not get a new DUI manslaughter trial, The Palm Beach Post reports in the South Florida Business Journal.

Goodman’s arguments for a new trial were dismissed by Florida prosecutors in a written answer to his appeal.

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The answer, which was filed Wednesday, sets the stage for prosecutors and Goodman’s defense team to argue before the Fourth District Court of Appeal next year, according to the Post.

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Goodman and his defense team claimed wealth bias and juror experiment were grounds for a new trial, but prosecutors dismissed the claims.

Goodman, the founder of the International Polo Club Palm Beach remains on house arrest on a $7 million bond while he appeals his DUI manslaughter conviction in the death of 23-year-old Scott Wilson.

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