Prosecutors said details in certain filings could influence the jury pool and threaten Bryant's right to a fair trial.
State District Judge Terry Ruckriegle says attorneys in the case can file motions with ``limited factual allegations'' about Bryant and his accuser.
He said filings to back up the allegations can be filed separately and those can be sealed.
The judge urged attorneys to make such filings “sparingly and wisely.”
Bryant is charged with attacking a 19-year-old employee at a Colorado resort last June. He has said the two had consensual sex.
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