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Gloria Allred outside of the Southern District Courthouse at 40 Foley Square on Aug. 27, 2019, awaiting a hearing in which alleged victims of Jeffrey Epstein are expected to testify at a posthumous hearing. Gloria Allred outside of the Southern District Courthouse at 40 Foley Square on Aug. 27, 2019, awaiting a hearing in which alleged victims of Jeffrey Epstein testified.

In a recent opinion piece, Professor Bruce Green and Rebecca Roiphe claim that Judge Richard Berman’s decision to allow victims to speak at a hearing regarding dismissing charges against Jeffrey Epstein “distorts” the criminal justice process for purposes of “drama.” See “The Judge in Epstein’s Case Should Not Turn the Dismissal into a Drama for the Victims,” Aug. 26, 2019.

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