Fighting to maintain its sexual assault case against former movie producer Harvey Weinstein, the Manhattan District Attorney’s office argues in papers filed on Monday that while one of six counts against fallen Hollywood titan has been dismissed, the evidence supporting the remaining counts is strong.

The Manhattan DA’s filing is a response to Weinstein’s latest motion to dismiss, in which Weinstein argues that alleged police misconduct has tainted the grand jury proceedings in the case. Weinstein still faces two counts of predatory sexual assault, which carries a maximum penalty of life in prison.

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