San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow, who was attacked outside Dodger Stadium following the Opening Day 2011 game, may have consumed between seven to nine beers by the time of the attack, according to a testimony Tuesday from a friend who was there.
A former Dodger Stadium security guard testified Monday against former team owner Frank McCourt in the Bryan Stow lawsuit case.
Dodgers Vice President Shahram Ariane security and guest management took the stand Thursday, testifying that he left the Dodgers because the team decided to have less off-duty police during the games at Dodgers Stadium.
Also for jurors, a cell phone video made of a fight that broke out in the stands showing there was no security in sight.
Stow is still unable to handle simple tasks like tying his own shoes.
Opening statements began Thursday morning in Bryan Stow’s civil lawsuit against former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank McCourt..
A jury has been chosen to hear the civil-negligence case brought by beating victim Bryan Stow against the Los Angeles Dodgers and its former owner, Frank McCourt.
Jury selection began Tuesday in Bryan Stow’s civil lawsuit against former Dodgers owner Frank McCourt.
A Major League Baseball report revealed there were numerous security problems the day Giants fan Bryan Stow was brutally beaten at Dodger Stadium in 2011.
One of the men who nearly beat San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow to death outside Dodger Stadium pleaded not guilty Thursday to a federal weapons possession charge.
Marvin Norwood and Louie Sanchez, who nearly beat San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow to death outside Dodger Stadium have been indicted on gun possession charges, according to a court document.
Judge Frederick Mumm said Marvin Norwood was a danger to the community and a flight risk and should be held pending trial.
The two men accused of beating San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow agreed to a plea deal Thursday morning.
Trial of a civil suit filed by Dodger Stadium beating victim Bryan Stow has a new judge and a new calendar date.
A San Francisco Giants fan who suffered brain damage after a beating at Dodger Stadium that sparked outrage and brought stadium security changes around the state and the country has returned home after two years in hospitals and rehabilitation centers.