Opening statements are scheduled to begin Thursday in the civil suit filed against the Dodgers and its former owner by the family of Bryan Stow, who was severely beaten outside Dodger Stadium after the 2011 season opener.
After two days of questioning potential jurors about whether they were Dodger fans or could be impartial when it came to Frank McCourt, a jury was impaneled Wednesday in the civil trial that seeks damages for Bryan Stow.
Sitting in a wheelchair in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom Tuesday, Bryan Stow slowly shook hands with his attorney. His buzz cut revealed a scar that stretched over his skull.
Sitting in a wheelchair in a downtown Los Angeles courtroom Tuesday, Bryan Stow slowly shook hands with his attorney.
Joseph Naiman frequently visited his mother's grave. Usually on Sunday mornings, often with other family members. They sat on the grass and swapped memories or enjoyed the quiet of Eden Memorial Park in Mission Hills.
The jury summons arrived when Leila Forouzan's son was less than a year old. Unfazed, she inquired about accommodations for nursing mothers within Los Angeles County Superior Court and was happy to learn she would be given a room where she could breast-pump.