Harvey Weinstein’s attorney Benjamin Brafman spent two hours huddled with prosecutors from the Manhattan District Attorney’s office and the judge overseeing a grand jury weighing a possible indictment against his client.

But when he emerged from criminal court Judge James Burke’s chambers to speak with reporters, Brafman said there was little he was able to tell, thanks to the proceedings being placed under seal.

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