New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft could face a felony charge and up to five years in prison in connection with his prostitution case according to reports from the Sun-Sentinel. This past February, Kraft pleaded not guilty to two separate misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution. He was one of 25 people charged in an investigation into a massage parlor for alleged prostitution and human trafficking. SI legal analyst Michael McCann assesses the case’s upcoming timeline and the potential ramifications for Kraft.
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