Attorneys for West Indian field workers who lost their $7 million wagedispute against a sugar grower last month are asking for a new trial,listing 13 pages of what they viewed as judicial errors that rangedfrom improper jury instructions to the defense’s invocation of God.
The workers’ lead attorney in the motion filed Monday, David Gorman,asked Palm Beach Circuit Judge Edward Fine to grant a new trial orissue a decision in favor of the workers in the 10-year-old case.
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