Final deliberations set to resume tomorrow in the trial of Harvey Weinstein

The disgraced movie mogul is facing five felony counts including rape and sexual assault.
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Transcript for Final deliberations set to resume tomorrow in the trial of Harvey Weinstein
Final deliberations set to resume tomorrow in the trial of disgrace movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. Why scene is facing five felony counts including rape and sexual assault. Stephanie Ramos has been following the trial joins us with more Stephanie a couple of notes from the jury today lay it out Boris. We'll hear after weeks of graphic and explosive testimony. Part one scene spade is in the hands of the jury to ninth and as you mentioned they had notes for the judge today the jury. Asking the judge for a clearer. Legal definition of the charges and also explanation of the law as to why they may find the defendant Harvey Weinstein guilty. Predatory assault only and not the other crimes and this is learned it's a little murky a little confusing for sun. Basically cancel Weinstein were convicted of predatory sexual assault he could face life in prison if he were convicted of the other lesser charges what they're calling here the rape charge and also the criminal sexual act charged that can get him probation to 25 years in prison so. Under the law that charges basically standing in that verdict sheet today dads need to predatory assault charges basically encompass the other charges so the jury asking about that today but also important to note that. This case is in relation to just two alleged incidents even though with some ninety women accused the former movie producer of sexual harassment and assault took. For years we'll also had a chance to catch up with the high profile attorney Gloria all red as she's known to cover cases like this represent. Victims it which concern at all about the jury here on day one having so many questions. Not all care at Gloria all red said this is exactly what the jury should be doing this is their time to ask those questions before they come to a decision she says. They're not lawyers this is probably some. And they're first time apple been dealing with a case like this decision says it is so important for them to be completely clear on the charges and how they can move forward here's what else to add to sag. The questions are good questions. And they want to. You reach the right verdict based on the facts as they. Have assessed them and law. So they know. That they don't want to make a mistake one makes that decision in the right way for the right reasons. And so better to have them ask questions now and get the answers such as they are being. Then for them to reach a merger later sale we understand. Already also tells me that what ever happens here in New York Weinstein is still facing charges in Los Angeles so this is not over yet she says she'll be right there. Handling that it involved with that case as well Keira. Stephanie Ramos thanks so much.

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