The chances that Hollywood movie producer Harvey Weinstein’s defense team can find a full complement of jurors unfamiliar with the allegations against him are vanishingly small, several New York lawyers agreed in the days before jury selection begins in Weinstein’s Manhattan criminal trial.

Judge James Burke of the New York City Criminal Court is set to hear pretrial motions Monday, and jury selection is expected to begin Tuesday and take about two weeks. The trial is likely to last into March.

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