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Jury deliberations begin in Weinstein trial, defense ordered not to speak to press

WorldNews Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Jury deliberations begin in Weinstein trial, defense ordered not to speak to pressAfter hearing from 35 witnesses over more than two weeks of testimony, the New York City jury in Harvey Weinstein's rape and sexual assault case have begun deliberating. Manhattan Supreme Court Judge James Burke has also ordered Weinstein's defense team not to speak with the press. His order follows an op-ed written by defense attorney Donna Rotunno which was published Friday by Newsweek. "I implore the members of this jury to do what they know is right," Rotunno wrote in the op-ed. "In that op-ed piece she actually implored the jury to acquit her client," Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Joan Illuzzi complained to Burke. "She's actually speaking directly to the jury. It's completely...
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The jury in the Harvey Weinstein trial ended day two of deliberations, and still no verdict; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.

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