Don’t expect Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s sex tape case to be resolved anytime soon. In fact, it will likely be 2020 before it gets underway.
According to sports law attorney Daniel Wallach, who is an appellate attorney in the state of Florida, the appeal process surrounding the use of the sex tape as evidence will likely take more than a year.
Wallach shared his thoughts on Twitter and in more detail during an interview on WEEI. He doesn’t believe without the tape that the state has a very good case against Kraft.
It’s highly unlikely that Robert Kraft’s case will go to trial at any point this year. The appeal of the evidence suppression order will likely take more than 1 year when factoring in briefing schedule, oral argument, rehearing en banc and potential Florida Supreme Court review.
— Daniel Wallach (@WALLACHLEGAL) May 24, 2019
Listen to Wallach’s full interview with WEEI here:
Did you expect Kraft or the Patriots to take an L for this? No chance.
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