Defendants and attorney’s representing the defendants in the case could not be reached for comment. Multiple phone calls were not returned and messages were not responded to.
The attorney for the victim said she is still suffering and compensation will help her move on from the incident.
“She is still going through and trying to process all of this and this is something that is probably not going to resolve itself anytime soon,” Dayton attorney Mary Ellen Connelly said.
Connelly said the woman still has mental anguish from the incident and chose not to appear during Conkel’s court hearings because it was too difficult.
She said she feels all defendants involved in the suit are responsible for what occurred that night.
“She was outside for half an hour and no body did anything and no one checked her,” Connelly said.
A next court date has not been scheduled for the case.