Robert Kraft's legal team is leaving no stone unturned.
Attorneys for the New England Patriots owner have filed another motion with the goal of preventing video evidence in Kraft's solicitation of prostitution case from ever being made public.
Kraft earned a significant win Monday when a Florida judge ruled that any video evidence of Kraft visiting the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Fla., should be suppresed during his trial because it was obtained illegally.
Yet Kraft's attorneys want to make sure that video evidence never sees the light of day, even after his case wraps up. In their latest filing, they ask the Palm Beach County Circuit court to "take preventative measures" against the State of Florida to ensure it doesn't "circumvent" the judge's protective order on the video.
If Kraft wins his legal battle and has his two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution dropped, it's looking more likely his lawyers may succeed in keeping video evidence out of the public eye.
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