Monty Freire, a Boston Red Sox fan who was stabbed by a New York Yankees fan at a restaurant, the U.S.S. Chowder Pot III in Branford, Connecticut, was awarded a $4.3 million dollar verdict by a jury in New Haven Superior Court. Freire was represented by the Stratton Faxon Trial Lawyers, LLC.
The jury found that the restaurant’s bartenders ignored warnings about the Yankees fan and continued to serve him drinks. Freire suffered life-altering injuries. The Yankees fan, John Mayor, was convicted of assault and is serving a 10-year prison sentence.
Aaron Hernandez Case Continues to Dominate Headlines
The Aaron Hernandez murder case continues to make headlines, after an eventful day in which Hernandez was denied bail for the second time, it was reported that Police are investigating Hernandez’s involvement in a 2012 shooting, and a man from Bristol, Connecticut was arrested in connection with the murder of Odin Lloyd.
ABA Journal Covers O’Bannon Case