Even though Kentucky’s high court ruled 100 years that it’s OK for jurors to have a drink while they make up their minds about a case, a Jefferson County judge has ordered a new trial in a case in which one juror sipped vodka throughout the trial.

Circuit Judge Geoffrey Morris conceded in his order that new trials may be granted only in the most “extreme of circumstances,” but, he said, “the inexcusable, disruptive behavior of this juror was so extraordinary as to render this relief appropriate.”