Dismissal of Charges in Kobe Bryant Rape Case

September 2, 2004

MICHAEL BRENNAN, a clinical professor in the USC Law School and a criminal defense expert, can talk about both the criminal and civil cases involving Kobe Bryant.
Contact: (213) 740-2527 or mbrennan@law.usc.edu.

GREG KEATING, a professor in the USC Law School and an expert in civil procedure, can talk about the pending case between Kobe Bryant and his accuser.
Contact: (213) 740-2565 or gkeating@law.usc.edu.

JEAN ROSENBLUTH, an adjunct professor of law at the USC Law School and a former federal prosecutor, can comment on the dynamics that led to the dismissal of the criminal charges.
Contact: (213) 740-3199 or jroesnbl@law.usc.edu.

DAVID CARTER, a professor in the USC Marshall School of Business, can talk about the sports business implications of the dismissal of the criminal charges against Bryant.
Contact: (310) 316-8825 (office), (213) 434-1070 (cell phone) or david.carter@marshall.usc.edu.

TODD BOYD, a professor in the USC School of Cinema-Television and author of Young Black Rich & Famous: The Rise of the NBA, the Hip Hop Invasion and Transformation of American Culture, can talk about the Bryant cases within the context of sports and society.
Contact: (213) 740-3334 or tboyd@cinema.usc.edu.