Florida Power & Light Co., rocked by a Miami jury’s $37 million awardin March for its role in the death of a 12-year-old girl, hired twoprivate investigators shortly after the verdict to interview a juror �an act that appears to violate both the Florida Bar ethics code andstate law.

The parents of the girl claim that the company contacted the jury’sforeman in April and offered to pay him to help them determine whetherthe jury acted improperly in reaching its verdict against the electricutility.

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