Jurors in the $7 million, decade-old wage dispute between field workersand a sugar grower knew they had no choice.

After nearly 11 hours of deliberation, the five-woman, one-man jury onFriday handed victory to Atlantic Sugar Association, which had beensued by foreign cane cutters, alleging they had been cheated out ofmoney they were owed.

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