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WEINSTEIN TRIAL – Harvey Weinstein’s criminal trial on charges of rape and sexual assault begins today. Jane Wester looks at how the trial will unfold, including opposing counsel’s likely strategies and expected witness testimony. The trial begins just weeks after a Manhattan state court judge denied Weinstein’s motion to dismiss two counts of predatory sexual assault on constitutional grounds. Weinstein also faces a series of civil suits, though he has reached a preliminary $25 million settlement agreement with dozens of his accusers.

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