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Photo, Print, Drawing Tom Girardi with beating victim Bryan Stow / Bill Robles.

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About this Item

Title

  • Tom Girardi with beating victim Bryan Stow / Bill Robles.

Summary

  • Drawing shows attorney Thomas Girardi standing at center, facing left, speaking, possibly to the jury, with victim Bryan Stow seated in a wheelchair in the foreground and Judge Victor E. Chavez in the background.

Names

  • Robles, William T., artist

Created / Published

  • [2014]

Headings

  • -  Girardi, Thomas V.--(Thomas Vincent),--1939---Trials, litigation, etc
  • -  Stow, Bryan,--1969---Trials, litigation, etc
  • -  Judicial proceedings--California--Los Angeles--2010-2020
  • -  People with disabilities--California--Los Angeles--2010-2020
  • -  Sports spectators--California--Los Angeles--2010-2020
  • -  Beating--California--Los Angeles--2010-2020

Headings

  • Courtroom sketches--2010-2020.
  • Drawings--Color--2010-2020.

Genre

  • Courtroom sketches--2010-2020
  • Drawings--Color--2010-2020

Notes

  • -  Caption label from exhibit Drawing Justice: Tom Girardi Represents Victim in Dodgers Lawsuit. Paramedic Bryan Stow was beaten senseless in a parking lot after the March 31, 2011, Dodgers opening game, an attack that left him paralyzed. California attorney Thomas V. Girardi took up Bryan Stow's case. In 2014, Girardi appeared in California Superior Court in Los Angeles before Judge Victor E. Chavez and argued successfully that the Dodgers neglected to provide security sufficient to protect Stow. The jury awarded Stow eighteen million dollars in damages from Louie Sanchez and Marvin Norwood the fans who had beaten him as well as the Dodgers organization. Sanchez and Norwood were charged in both state and Federal courts and received prison sentences for their roles in the attack on Stow.
  • -  Title from item.
  • -  Signed on lower left.
  • -  Gift; William T. Robles; 2017; (DLC/PP-2017:030).
  • -  Forms part of: The Thomas V. Girardi collection of courtroom illustration drawings at the Library of Congress.
  • -  Exhibited: "Drawing Justice" at the Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C., April - October 2017.
  • -  Was AP 1537.

Medium

  • 1 drawing on translucent paper : color porous point pen and India ink ; sheet 36 x 44 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • LOT 15613, no. 38 [P&P]

Source Collection

  • The Thomas V. Girardi collection of courtroom illustration drawings at the Library of Congress

Repository

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 2017645848

Reproduction Number

  • LC-DIG-ppmsca-51646 (digital file from original drawing)

Rights Advisory

Access Advisory

Online Format

  • image

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  • Rights Advisory: Publication may be restricted. For general information see: "Copyright and Other Restrictions ...," https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/res.195.copr
  • Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-ppmsca-51646 (digital file from original drawing)
  • Call Number: LOT 15613, no. 38 [P&P]
  • Access Advisory: Served only by appointment because the material requires special handling. For more information, see: Materials Designated "Served by Appointment Only," https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.info.apptonly

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Chicago citation style:

Robles, William T., Artist. Tom Girardi with beating victim Bryan Stow / Bill Robles. California Los Angeles, 2014. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017645848/.

APA citation style:

Robles, W. T. (2014) Tom Girardi with beating victim Bryan Stow / Bill Robles. California Los Angeles, 2014. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2017645848/.

MLA citation style:

Robles, William T., Artist. Tom Girardi with beating victim Bryan Stow / Bill Robles. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2017645848/>.