This case involves a 24-year-old woman who became both verbally and physically aggressive at a Miami bar. She had arrived at the bar in question around 11:30pm with a group of 3 friends. By 1:15am, the woman had become intoxicated to the point that she began screaming at other bar patrons and throwing beer bottles. Security promptly removed the woman from the premise but did not require that her party leave with her. The party chose to leave the woman to get home on her own. After leaving the bar, she ended up in the private swimming pool of a nearby house and drowned. When her body was discovered in the morning, she had an extremely high blood-alcohol content reading. An expert in bar management was sought to review the records relevant to this case to determine if there were errors in how the establishment dealt with this patron.