Casey Mayville, far left, Mark Kroon and his fiance Chloe Lee play the slots opening night at Red Hawk Casino in 2008. The tribe that owns Red Hawk won a major court ruling that erased a $30 million jury verdict against the tribe.
Casey Mayville, far left, Mark Kroon and his fiance Chloe Lee play the slots opening night at Red Hawk Casino in 2008. The tribe that owns Red Hawk won a major court ruling that erased a $30 million jury verdict against the tribe. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file
Casey Mayville, far left, Mark Kroon and his fiance Chloe Lee play the slots opening night at Red Hawk Casino in 2008. The tribe that owns Red Hawk won a major court ruling that erased a $30 million jury verdict against the tribe. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file

A 2011 verdict nearly shuttered Red Hawk Casino. The tribe just won a reversal.

September 15, 2017 02:42 PM

UPDATED September 16, 2017 08:53 AM

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