Clay Travis puts on his lawyer hat and breaks down the latest surrounding the charges against Robert Kraft after news dropped that the Judge on the case ruled that the videos from the Florida Spa he frequented for special services are to be suppressed.
A judge in Florida has handed New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft a major victory in his forthcoming trial on misdemeanor solicitation of prostitution at a spa. Prosecutors won't be able to use the video after the judge said police did not follow proper procedures while installing hidden cameras that secretly recorded the Patriots owner when he visited the Orchids of Asia Day Space in January.
Clay Travis also talks about how Robert Kraft and his team were right to turn down this deal the prosecutors offered.
Prosecutors offered to drop the charges against Kraft if he entered a diversion program for first-time offenders. As part of the deal, Kraft would have needed to admit he would have been found guilty at trial, pay a $5,000 fine, conduct 100 hours of community service, and attend a class on the dangers of prostitution. Kraft reportedly turned the deal down.
Clay expects the charges against Kraft to be dropped but that doesn't necessarily absolve him from punishment from the NFL. Listen to his break down below.