Attorneys in Bryant case continue pre-trial hearings
Both sides in the Kobe Bryant sexual assault case say they could be ready for trial as early as the last week in August. But the judge still hasn't set a date. A closed-door hearing today will focus on a defense motion to have the alleged victim's sex life in the days surrounding her encounter with Bryant admitted as evidence. Colorado's rape-shield law generally prohibits such evidence, but a judge can override the law if he feels it's relevant.