Before Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein became the face of the #MeToo movement and was arrested last month, prominent lawyers reportedly helped him investigate and even silence women who accused him of sexual misconduct.

Now, some legal observers say actions by Weinstein’s attorneys in the years leading up to his arrest could be highlighted in his criminal case under certain conditions—even if any attorney-client communications are highly unlikely to be exposed.

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