NIne men have been arraigned in connection with a group attack at a Brighton bar earlier this year that seriously injured a 20-year-old man, authorities said.

Four others are the subjects of active arrest warrants, according to Boston Police Commissioner William B. Evans and Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel F. Conley. 

The men are accused of using glass bottles and chairs during the Jan. 24 attack at the Green Briar Pub.

Police and prosecutors say about 20 men attacked the victim inside the bar just before 1 a.m. that night and began kicking and beating him with bottles, and chairs, as well as their fists. The victim was seriously injured, but is expected to survive.

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Boston Police arrested the men and they were arraigned in Brighton Municipal Court. Charges include one count each of assault and battery as well as three counts each of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. 

The men who were arraigned are Dominique Finch of Jamaica Plain, Joe Simmons, Roosevelt Wilkins and Marquise Miller of Dorchester, Jamall Fisher, Leroy Wells of Plymouth, Nesean Johnson of the South End, Terrence Wilkins of Quincy and Tyrone Wilkins of South Boston. Terrence Wilkins was held on the highest cash bail, which was set at $75,000. 

Charles Bowman and Justin Searcy of Jamaica Plain are subjects of arrest warrants, according to authorities.