Seven men and five women were chosen as jurors in the trial of former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, who pleaded not guilty to charges of predatory sexual assault and rape in Manhattan.

After a juror prescreening process that lasted more than a week, the jury was seated in just a day and a half. Three alternates—a man and two women—were also seated at midday Friday. Arguments are expected to begin Wednesday.

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