Harvey Weinstein faces 23 years in prison!

Harvey Weinstein was back in court on Wednesday for the final act of the rape attempt landed him behind bars: a sentencing hearing, where the once-powerful film producer know how long he’ll stay in prison for his landmark #MeToo conviction.

Weinstein was sentenced to face to 23 years in prison for raping an aspiring actress in 2013, and violently for oral sex on a film and TV production assistant in 2006. Supreme Court judge James Bruke passed the verdict on Wednesday morning. The judge also stated that the movie-mogul’s official registration as a sex offender is.

Both of the women that Weinstein was convicted of being attacked are expected to give evidence in court, victim impact statements, before he is sentenced. Weinstein will also be the chance to speak. He chose you to witness his attempt, but at the condemnation he will not need to worry about it, grilled by the Prosecutor’s office.

Other women who have accused Weinstein – including some who said at his trial – are not allowed to speak to his conviction under state law.

One of these witnesses, Tarale Wulff, the raped accused Weinstein in 2005, said in a statement on Tuesday, that you can visit today and hopes that the sentence “a clear message that times have changed send out”.

Weinstein two counts: criminal sex act in 2006, was sentenced for the attack on the production assistant and rape in the third degree for the 2013 attack on another woman.

Weinstein was acquitted of first-degree rape and two counts of predatory sexual assault, the actress Annabella Sciorra, the allegation of the mid-1990s for the rape.

Weinstein maintains his innocence and claims that any sexual activity was consensual.

Newly unsealed documents show that stacked the 67-year-old former film producer, sought help from billionaires, Jeff Bezos and Michael Bloomberg as the sexual misconduct allegations against him, until October of 2017, and that he claims as the time of making a Declaration at the time that he was suicidal. There is no evidence, either you react to it.

The New York case, the first criminal cases against Weinstein was caused by allegations of more than 90 women, including Actresses Gwyneth Paltrow, Salma Hayek and Uma Thurman.

Many of Weinstein say to his accusers, that he prestige of Hollywood to them, make friends, dangles in the Film reel, to win your trust.

Weinstein, 68 next week, used a Walker during the procedure, according to the most recent back surgeries. After his Feb. 24 conviction, he split time between a hospital and a prison, a hospital unit, and had inserted a stent last week to unblock an artery.

“For his age and certain medical risk factors, additional imprisonment of the prescribed minimum, although the grave is not the reality that Mr. Weinstein survived possibly even, the term is a de facto, is likely to be a life sentence,” Weinstein’s lawyers wrote in a sentencing memorandum filed on Monday.

As soon as Weinstein sentenced, he was transferred from the city prison system, the state’s prison system is. The Agency that runs New York state prisons, said every inmate is evaluated to determine which system meets his or her security, medical, mental health and other needs.

Martin Horn, the city’s former corrections Commissioner, said Weinstein-celebrity status could make him look a target for other inmates to create a name for themselves, while the severity could increase his conviction and prison sentence suicide concerns.

“No prison wants to have, the next Jeffrey Epstein,” said Horn, who now teaches at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

“You are going to ensure that nothing happens to him while he was in their care. Not because he is important, but only from a PR point of view, it would be terribly embarrassing.”

Prosecutors do not ask for a certain number of years in prison in their sentencing memorandum, but said that Weinstein consider worthy of severe punishment, for the allegations from the 1970s, not criminal charges.

In their letter, prosecutors 16 examples outlined above, she said, showed Weinstein “trapped women in his exclusive control” so he could attack her sexually, and you start when he worked as a music producer in Buffalo in 1978.

Fordham University law professor Cheryl Bader said that it expects to impose that judge James Burke, a hard judgment.

“One of the fundamental principles of the law of punishment is the promotion of General deterrence,” Bader said. “I think judge Burke want to to would be to send a message ” a sex offender, that the hammer of the law will come down hard on you if you use your force – physical, and to manipulate otherwise – and victims of sexual abuse.”

In the same way as the selection of the jury was, in the New York case, in January, announced by authorities in California, were you to bring any criminal charges against Weinstein.

Weinstein was charged in California with raping a woman in a hotel in Los Angeles on Feb. 18, 2013, after pushing his way into her room, then sexually, a woman is assaulted in a Beverly Hills hotel suite the next night.

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