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Harvey Weinstein (left) arrives to court at 100 Centre St. in Manhattan in June 2018. (Photo: Seth Wenig/AP)

Manhattan Supreme Court Justice James Burke ordered the courtroom closed over concerns that “highly inflammatory” evidence to be discussed during the Molineux/Sandoval hearings in the Harvey Weinstein criminal trial had the potential to undermine the former Hollywood producer’s Sixth Amendment right to a fair trial.

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Colby Hamilton

B. Colby Hamilton is a litigation reporter for the New York Law Journal and Law.com.

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