Matters that were discussed in chambers during a recent evidence hearing in the Harvey Weinstein criminal trial in Manhattan will remain sealed, an Appellate Division, First Department panel ordered Thursday.

Associate Justices David Friedman, Judith Gische, Troy Webber, Ellen Gesmer, and Peter Moulton issued an order denying an Article 78 petition on behalf of a number of media organizations seeking to have the proceedings closed by Manhattan Supreme Court Justice James Burke unsealed and made public.

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