Jury in Kobe Bryant Photos Case Urged To Award $75 Million

It's the 44th birth anniversary of NBA legend Kobe Bryant.

A lawyer for his widow, Vanessa, asked a jury in government court here Tuesday to convey equity for the benefit of him and his girl over two years after their demises.

This was the tenth day of Vanessa Bryant's affable preliminary against Los Angeles County, one more day of tears for herself and the last day of declaration subsequent to hearing from many observers.

It’s the first time a lawyer has put a dollar sum on a situation he believes the jury should grant Bryant and Chris Chester, her kindred offended party at this trial: $75 million.

Chester's lawyer, Jerome Jackson, requested up to $2.5 million each for their past 2.5 long stretches of profound misery, and up to $1 million for every time of their future pain.

Both she and Chester carried this case to trial in the wake of suing the county in 2020, a while after they each lost partners and daughters in a helicopter crash.

The two of them denounced county sheriff's and fire-fighters of using their own phones to take realistic photographs of their departed friends and family at the accident scene.

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