On Feb. 12, 2010, a car accident in Wellington left a 23-year-old college graduate dead
and a South Florida millionaire at the center of the investigation.
International Polo Club founder John Goodman, 48, was convicted of DUI manslaughter
and vehicular homicide on March 23, 2012, more than two years after a drunken fatal
crash that left Scott Wilson dead.
Investigators said Goodman was driving with a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit in Florida when he slammed into Wilson's car, sending him into a nearby canal where he drowned. A judge sentenced Goodman to 16 years in prison.
But the story didn’t end there.
Goodman was released from the Palm Beach County Jail on May 18 and placed under house arrest while his lawyers fight to appeal his conviction.
This special coverage page details the events of the car accident, the surrounding investigation, the witnesses, the trial and its aftermath. Here you can view the case documents, read the witness interviews, listen to the 911 calls and get the latest information about the case.