Robert Kraft and his attorneys are doing whatever they can to prevent the videos in his solicitation for prostitution case from being used.
On Thursday, Kraft's attorneys filed a motion to exclude video evidence in his solicitation for prostitution case. Earlier, Kraft and the other men charged filed a motion to block releasing the videos to the public, but this wouldn't have them be used in the case altogether.
Kraft's team believes police had no reason video cameras in the Orchids of Asia Day Spa, and the evidence should be thrown out. Kraft was allegedly caught on camera at the Day Spa on back-to-back days in January receiving sex acts.
Earlier in the week, Kraft pleaded not guilty and requested a jury trial.
The next court date is scheduled for April 9.