Not Guilty Verdict in Bronx Barroom Stabbing

Earlier this year, Mr. Sosinsky won the acquittal of a Connecticut man accused of trying to murder a Yonkers’ construction worker following a dispute in a Bronx tavern. The victim had been stabbed through his abdomen with a butcher knife and after series of surgeries, was forced to wear a colostomy bag. Two other patrons of the bar testified for the prosecution. Notwithstanding these gruesome details, and without even calling his client to the stand, Mr. Sosinsky was able to convincingly argue that his client was justified under the law in stabbing the complainant.