Los Angeles Times

Harvey Weinstein appeals New York sexual assault conviction

Harvey Weinstein formally appealed his rape conviction Monday, arguing the combination of a biased juror and a New York City judge’s decision to allow prosecutors to use evidence that wasn’t connected to the crimes for which the mogul was standing trial led to violations of his constitutional rights.

The Miramax co-founder and disgraced Hollywood icon was convicted of rape and a felony sex crime in February 2020 and sentenced to 23 years in a New York state prison the following month, bringing an end to a yearslong saga that helped spawn the #MeToo movement as more than 80 women accused

Anda sedang membaca pratinjau, daftarlah untuk membaca selengkapnya.

Lainnya dari Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times3 mnt membaca
At Least 23 Dead, Scores Injured After Mexico City Metro Overpass Collapses Onto Road
MEXICO CITY — At least 23 people were killed and 65 injured Monday when an overpass collapsed on an elevated Mexico City Metro line, plunging a passenger train toward the avenue below and sending debris crashing onto the busy roadway. The incident oc
Los Angeles Times4 mnt membacaBiology
Scientists See Path For The Coronavirus To Invade The Brain
Scientists experimenting in the lab have found that the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 is capable of infecting two types of brain cells — neurons and astrocytes. The findings could shed light on a possible reason for the bewildering array of neurol
Los Angeles Times3 mnt membacaCrime & Violence
Pet Telemedicine Took Hold In The Pandemic. A Lawsuit Wants To Make It Permanent
SAN FRANCISCO — A group of veterinarians and pet owners in California is asking the state to permit more telemedicine for animals even after the pandemic ends. In a federal lawsuit filed Monday, the San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty