Harvey Weinstein walks to the courtroom in New York City criminal court on January 6, 2020 in New York City.
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The judge in the rape trial of fallen film mogul Harvey Weinstein told jurors Friday to continue their deliberations after they suggested they are hung on the most serious charges, of predatory sexual assault, in the case.
Jurors on Friday afternoon in the Manhattan courthouse said in a note to Judge James Burke, “We the jury request to understand if we can be hung on 1 and or 3 but unanimous on the others.”
Counts 1 and 3 are charges of predatory sexual assault.
Count 2 is criminal sexual act in the first degree, count 4 is rape in the first degree, and…