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Stackiewicz’s father, Thomas, also addressed the court. He emotionally retold his experience of waiting while his son was in a coma at Beth Israel Hospital.
“We waited for him to die,” said his father, explaining that doctors told him his son would never come back and breaking into tears at one point during his testimony.
Northeastern alumnus Joshua Bersey, who was a 21-year-old student at the time, was hospitalized for three days after the accident with head injuries. Current student Thomas Pasquale suffered a leg injury and Lucas Barosky, who was 22 years old at the time, also suffered a leg injury.
After the sentencing, Filoma’s defense attorney, Bruce Namenson, said he was disappointed with the sentence.
“I think the judge went outside the guidelines on this case,” Namenson said, calling the jury’s verdict “inconsistent” with the facts of the case.
The court guidelines for manslaughter is a sentence between 40 to 60 months, he said, and the defense asked for a two-and-a-half-year split sentence in a house of correction. The prosecution asked for a 12-to-15 year sentence.
Filoma will serve his sentence in state prison in Cedar Junction, followed by four years of probation.
Editors’ note: A previous version of this article incorrectly described Joshua Bersey’s education.