8月27日晚，喬-鮑德溫在布勞恩斯通門（Braunstone Gate）的Nutterjacks酒吧外，他和查爾斯-尼森之間發生了 "混戰"。
A man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter after his punches led to the death of a father during a disagreement in Leicester city centre.
Joe Baldwin was outside Natterjacks bar in Braunstone Gate on the evening of 27 August when a "scuffle" unfolded between him and Charles Neeson.
The 28-year-old punched Mr Neeson twice which led to him falling and hitting his head on the ground.
Baldwin left the scene but was arrested the following morning, initially on suspicion of grievous bodily harm but following Mr Neeson's death he was charged with manslaughter.
Following Baldwin's guilty plea, Mr Neeson's children said "the actions of one man has changed the rest of our lives".
A statement released through police said: "At a young age me and my siblings are having to face a life without our dad.
"Not because we are coming to terms with an illness or being able to prepare ourselves for it but because of the actions of one man that has single-handedly disrupted our lives forever.
We will never be able to make my dad a grandad, if any of us get married he will not be there at our wedding or to see us move into our first house.
"Our dreams and his memories are overshadowed by the image of him lying in the hospital bed."
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