Calif. Appellate Court: Jury Shouldn’t Have Been Told of Food Flavoring Plaintiff’s Illegal Immigrant Status

LOS ANGELES –– A California appellate court has reversed a defense verdict in a diacetyl food flavorings case, agreeing with the plaintiff that his illegal immigrant status should not have been disclosed to potential jurors.

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