The camera loves Alycia Lane, and I hear it's a camera that will help her walk out of a New York City courtroom an almost-free woman tomorrow.
The anchor's life and career were shaken Dec. 16 when she was arrested in Manhattan and charged with hitting a police officer after a traffic tiff. Her station, CBS3, fired her two weeks later.
A source says a video that may cast doubt on the initial police report surfaced last month, prompting frank conversations between the Manhattan District Attorney's Office and Lane attorney David Smith. At tomorrow's hearing, the People of the State of New York are expected to formally agree to an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal.