The Oakland Raiders got a crucial first down in a $1.2 billion suit against the National Football League on Wednesday when the California Supreme Court agreed to review the case for possible appellate error.

The court’s unanimous decision gives the Raiders a chance to prove their contention that Los Angeles’ 2nd District Court of Appeal erred four months ago by reversing a trial court judge who had granted the team a new trial based on juror misconduct.

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