Judge reportedly grants Robert Kraft's motion to suppress video evidence, could be devastating to case against him

Ryan Hannable
May 13, 2019 - 5:28 pm
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Monday was a good day for Robert Kraft.

According to multiple reports, a Florida judge has granted Robert Kraft's motion to suppress video evidence in his solicitation of prostitution case, which means the video from inside the Orchids of Asia day spa cannot be used in the trial. The state could appeal.

ESPN's T.J. Quinn adds this devastates the state's case against him. Kraft's attorneys likely will file a motion to dismiss the case based on a lack of evidence since the video surveillance was the only form they've cited.

A trial date has not been yet.

Kraft is scheduled to appear in court on May 21, as a judge has ordered he needs to be present.

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