Today, the trial of Lamb Of God frontman Randy Blythe came to a preliminary end, and expectations are it will resume in March.
Today, a lone witness provided testimony to support Blythe’s defense.
A concertgoer identified as Lukas Havlena gave statements that refuted those made by recent witnesses in regards to Blythe’s behavior the night of the 2010 concert.
Reports claim Havlena disputed previous witness claims that Blythe encouraged fans to climb up on the stage.
He also stated that Blythe was not overly aggressive at the 2010 concert with his onstage behavior, calling it typical of a metal show.
The trial will now resume on March 4 as one key witness fell ill and was unable to attend the trial this week. Furthermore, two criminal psychologists were also unable to testify this week, furthering attributing to the delay.
More witnesses and security personnel who worked the venue on the night in question are also expected to testify when the trial resumes. Blythe will reportedly return home to the U.S. this weekend.
Blythe stands accused of manslaughter in the death of Daniel Nosek, whose family wants $530,000 U.S. dollars for their pain.
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