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Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein was convicted of the rape and sexual assault; Alex, the Hogan report.
Harvey Weinstein’s legal troubles are far from over.
In the examined cases, the movie mogul was convicted and sentenced to 23 years in prison in New York City on Wednesday, after he was found guilty of third-degree rape, criminal sexual act, all of which he claimed to be the result of extra-marital relationships.
The 67-year-old disgraced producer, is the father of five children. “One of the many people for Harvey Weinstein detrimental to his children, who are innocent victims of his behavior,” the Los Angeles-based family lawyer: Christopher Melcher, who was not involved in the case, told Fox News. “So he showed remorse about the business, but focusing on how it impacted on them, and the pain and the shame caused by his or her children.”
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Melcher said that it was very difficult for Weinstein to children, to reject it, despite the fact that she was mad at him.
“He could spend the rest of his life in detention, so what will be the relationship they will have will be based upon the assessment allowed in the prison, or by means of phone calls and e-mails,” Melcher said. “They will, hopefully, find a way to reconcile.”
A New York City lawyer, Heidi Harris, who was not involved in the case, ” said the youngest of the children, they would be the ones most affected by their father’s situation.
“The children in question are 9 and 6, if there is any resistance to the idea of them seeing their father in prison, the judge can decide whether or not it is in their best interests to go ahead or not,” Harris told Fox News.
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According to Harris, the decision would be made after the appointment of an attorney to represent the children, or to the judge speaking to them directly — and also for the kids to make connections to Weinstein, it would have a role to play.
“If they are very close to him, and it is likely that they are going to get to see him quite regularly,” Harris explained. “If it does not, a court may make an order for less money.
Weinstein shares with his two youngest children, Georgina Chapman. They were married from 2007 to 2018 and beyond.
It is possible to Weinstein may seek a reduction in child support following his conviction, Harris said, could come in the form of asset acquisition.
“In New York city, it is very difficult for the reversal of an order of child support made pursuant to a contract,” Harris said, adding that Weinstein “would have to show an unexpected, involuntary change in circumstances.”
Harris said that a prison sentence would be of such an involuntary change. “If he just stops paying, then the court may enter a money judgment, and his ex-wife, you can use it to go after his assets to collect the support.”
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Between his age and his poor health, He could not see to the end of his 23-year-old hand, and then he would be about 90 years old.
David P. Shapiro is a San Diego criminal lawyer, who was not involved in the case, told Fox News that unless his sentence is to be reduced, or the sentences were to be destroyed, and Weinstein, “will die in prison, his defense lawyers to worry about.”
He said he was getting a penalty is reduced or destroyed, an appeal is highly unlikely, but possible,” adding, “The appeals process is a long one, but he doesn’t have any other choice, if he wants to be a free man again.”
Harvey Weinstein arrives with his attorney, Donna Rotunno, at the Manhattan criminal court, on the 21st of February 2020 and in New York City.
Phoenix criminal defense lawyer Adam Feldman, is also not involved in the case, echoed the feeling that He would be unlikely to survive in its own way, as it were, is to remain the same, and said a number of factors that may have led to his conviction.
“The number of women who will give the victims and the impact of the statements may have helped to sway the judge is that of a 23-year-old jail is just what He deserves,” said Feldman. “The publicity from the case will likely guide the court in its ultimate decision.”
It is also to be noted that the #MeToo movement is likely to lead to the matter being taken out in the first place.
The officers have already started the process of extraditing Weinstein for California in the face of similar accusations made against him in the state, where it will continue to be confronted with his accusers, according to a statement released by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.
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“At the very least, prosecutors in Los Angeles and may be able to get a lot of Weinstein’s prior accusers testify in a California trial, for the evil acts they say were perpetrated from outside of the state,” Shapiro said. “How much is unloaded, the complainant will be allowed to testify will ultimately be up to the judge presiding over the trial.”
Fox News Mariah Haas contributed to this report.