A Florida man who was convicted for another man's death in 2012 after allegedly driving under the influence is getting a second chance at proving his innocence. He was previously sentenced to 16 years for the DUI death; however, the conviction was thrown out due to the fact that there was alleged juror misconduct. Even after being convicted, the man is adamant regarding his innocence.
Prosecuting attorneys are claiming that the man was under the influence when his vehicle pushed the other vehicle into the canal. He had supposedly been at The Players Club where he ran up a tab of more than $270. When tested later, his BAC was over double what the Florida legal limit is.