New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is looking for another win.
Kraft's legal team is asking a court to permanently seal police surveillance video that allegedly shows him soliciting and receiving sex at a Florida spa, just a day after the judge in the case ruled that prosecutors can't use the footage as evidence in a trial.
So, if the video's sealed, is the case as good as won — legally and in the court of public opinion — for Kraft? And, if so, what are the broader implications of a case that called new attention to the commercial sex trade?
David Ovalle, courthouse reporter for the Miami Herald. He tweets @DavidOvalle305.
This segment aired on May 14, 2019.