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Defense lawyer for Harvey Weinstein asks to leave New York case: report

Reuters Tuesday, 18 June 2019
One of the lawyers representing Harvey Weinstein in his rape trial due to begin in September has asked a judge to let him drop the former movie producer as a client, the New York Post reported, citing a letter from the attorney to the New York court.
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One of the lawyers representing Harvey Weinstein in his rape trial due to begin in September has asked a judge to let him drop the former movie producer as a client. The attorney, Jose Baez, reportedly asked a Manhattan justice to let him off the case six months after Weinstein hired him because of...

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