NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Jurors reached a verdict Monday in Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assault and rape trial in Manhattan.

The 67-year-old is accused of forcing a sex act on production assistant Mimi Haley in 2006 and raping aspiring actress Jessica Mann in 2013.

Web Extra: Read Jurors’ Verdict Sheet (pdf)

Four other accusers – Annabella Sciorra, Tarale Wulff, Dawn Dunning and Lauren Marie Young – testified against the disgraced mogul during the month-long trial. Although Sciorra’s rape claim from the early 1990s is past the statute of limitations, it was part of the predatory sexual assault charge to show a pattern.

Weinstein faced a total of five counts in New York, plus four others in Los Angeles.

1. PREDATORY SEXUAL ASSAULT (Mimi Haley/Annabella Sciorra) – NOT GUILTY, in violation of Penal Law §130.95(2), committed as follows: The defendant, in the County of New York, on or about July 10, 2006, committed the crime of Criminal Sexual Act in the First Degree as defined in Penal Law §130.50(1), in that he engaged in oral sexual conduct by forcible compulsion with a person known the Grand Jury, to wit, contact between the defendant’s mouth and the vagina of the person known to the Grand Jury, and he engaged in conduct constituting the crime of Rape in the First Degree, Criminal Sexual Act in the First Degree, and Aggravated Sexual Abuse in the First Degree, as defined in Article 130 of the Penal Law against one or more additional persons.
*If you find the defendant guilty of Count One, Predatory Sexual Assault, then do not consider Count Three. If you find the defendant not guilty of Count One, Predatory Sexual Assault in the First Degree, for the reason that the People have failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed a crime of either Rape in the First Degree or Criminal Sexual Act in the First Degree against Annabella Sciorra, then you must also find the defendant not guilty of Count Tree, and then proceed to consider Counts Two, Four and Five. If you find the defendant not guilty of Count One, Predatory Sexual Assault, for the reason than that the People have failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed the crime of Criminal Sexual Act in the First Degree against Miriam Haley, then you must also find the defendant not guilty of Count Two and proceed to Counts Three, Four and Five.

2. CRIMINAL SEXUAL ACT IN THE FIRST DEGREE (Mimi Haley) – GUILTY, in violation of Penal Law §130.50(1), committed as follows: The defendant, in the County of New York, on or about July 10, 2006, engaged in oral sexual conduct by forcible compulsion with a person known to the Grand Jury, to wit, contact between defendant’s mouth and the vagina of the person known to the Grand Jury.

3. PREDATORY SEXUAL ASSAULT (Jessica Mann/Annabella Sciorra) – NOT GUILTY, in violation of Penal Law §130.95(2), committed as follows: The defendant, in the County of New York, on or about March 18, 2013, committed the crime of Rape in the First Degree as defined by Penal Law §130.35(1), in that he engaged in sexual intercourse by forcible compulsion with a second person known the Grand Jury, and he engaged in conduct constituting the crime of Rape in the First Degree, Criminal Sexual Act in the First Degree, and Aggravated Sexual Abuse in the First Degree, as defined in Article 130 of the Penal Law against one or more additional persons.
*If you find the defendant guilty of Count Three, Predatory Sexual Assault, then do not consider Counts Four and Five. If you find the defendant not guilty of Count Three, Predatory Sexual Assault in the First Degree for the reason that the people have failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed the crime of either Rape in the First Degree or Criminal Sexual Act in the First Degree against Annabella Sciorra, then  you must proceed to consider Counts Four and Five. If you find the defendant not guilty of Count Three, Predatory Sexual Assault, for the reason that the People have failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant committed the crime of Rape in First Degree against Jessica Mann, then you must find the defendant not guilty of Count Four and proceed to consider Count 5.

4. RAPE IN THE FIRST DEGREE (Jessica Mann) – NOT GUILTY, in violation of Penal Law §130.35(1), committed as follows: The defendant, in the County of New York, on or about March 18, 2013, engaged in sexual intercourse by forcible compulsion with a second person known to the Grand Jury.
*If you find the defendant guilty of Count Four, Rape in the First Degree, you must not consider Count 5. If you find the defendant not guilty of Count Four, Rape in the First Degree, you should proceed to consider Count Five, Rape in the Third Degree.

4. RAPE IN THE THIRD DEGREE (Jessica Mann) – GUILTY, in violation of Penal Law §130.25(1), committed as follows: The defendant, in the County of New York, on or about March 18, 2013, engaged in sexual intercourse with a second person known to the Grand Jury without said person’s consent, where such lack of consent was by reason of some factor other than incapacity to consent.

Criminal sexual act carries a maximum of 25 years, and rape in the third degree carries a maximum of four years.

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