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Jeffrey Epstein's 2011 police mug shot. Jeffrey Epstein’s 2011 police mug shot.

Last week, Judge Richard Berman ordered a hearing on the prosecutors’ decision to dismiss the indictment against Jeffrey Epstein, who had been charged with multiple counts of sex trafficking and assault before he committed suicide in a Manhattan prison. The judge announced that he intends to allow victims to speak at the hearing, which is scheduled for August 27th. Berman stated: “The court believes that where, as here, a defendant has died before any judgment has been entered against him, the public may still have an informational interest in the process by which the prosecutor seeks dismissal of an indictment.”

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