Florida State wide receiver Richard Goodman is still suspended indefinitely for his role in last years student union fight, but his lawyer hopes that will change in the very near future.
Samuel Lopez who represents Goodman told Eyewitness news that, another witness has emerged who has identified a fraternity member as the one that swung the chair that injured a female victim. Lopez also says that witness confirmed that a fraternity member hit Goodman in the face with a trophy.
"We are very optimistic that justice will prevail in this investigation," said Lopez.
Goodman was arrested on May 26th and charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon after a witness identified him as the one that swung the chair.
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