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Syracuse, NY- One Woman Hurt After A Stabbing Outside Mickey's Goodtime Saloon

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Published: August 17, 2021
By: Darla Medina
Last Updated on August 18, 2021

Renata Anderson Charged After a Stabbing Outside Lyncourt Bar

According to Syracuse Central NY News, a stabbing occurred at Mickey Goodtime Saloon located at 103 Galster Ave, Syracuse, NY 13206 on July 25, 2021. According to the police, around 11 p.m. Renate Anderson, 37, has been accused of stabbing a woman following an argument in the parking lot of the Lyncourt bar. Reportedly, the 22-year-old victim suffered from several wounds after being stabbed multiple times. The victim was sent to St. Joseph's Hospital and is expected to pull through. The Onondaga County Sheriff's Office released a statement claiming Anderson was charged with first-degree assault and third-degree criminal possession of a weapon. Anderson was arraigned the morning of July 29, 2021, released on bond, and is scheduled for a court appearance on August 2, 2021.

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Legal Options for Victims Stabbed at Bar

Attorney Laurence Banville has extensive experience defending victims of violent crimes, including cases of stabbings. In an interview, Banville shared valuable advice for victims seeking to hire a stabbing crime victim lawyer.

"Bar owners have a legal obligation to uphold a safe environment for all patrons in and surrounding their property. To ensure the protection of all patrons, owners should implement safety measures including, but not limited to, security guards, checks, and cameras.  If someone is hurt on their property, the business owner could be held liable if the court determines proper safety regulations were not put in place."

"In cases of violent crimes, including stabbings, liability is determined in the case of negligence which is determined if the crime is foreseeable. A foreseeable crime can be determined from various factors, including if crime rates have gone up in the area. In that case, if a bar owner has not implemented additional safety measures, they could be held liable for a victim's injuries. It is in the best interest of all stabbing victims to hire an experienced criminal attorney to determine their legal options."

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