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Weinstein's lawyers tell NY rape trial jurors to use 'common sense' in deciding his fate

Reuters Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
A lawyer for Harvey Weinstein told a New York jury on Thursday to put aside emotion when deciding the fate of the former Hollywood producer as Weinstein's weeks-long rape trial comes to a close.
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