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Jury selection in the trial movie mogul Harvey Weinstein underway in Manhattan and corresponded to cast about reports Weinstein was admonished by the judge yesterday once the and handed over to cell phones to court officers when he walked into the courtroom but apparently he still had other devices with him he was there for barely five minutes when the judge walked in and admonished wine skiing for texting back in August judge James Burke ordered wine Steen not to use a cell phone in the court room when judge Burke saw him texting he asked winds dean if he really wanted to end up in jail for the rest of his life for violating the no texting order when one scene started to speak the judge strongly urged him to exercise his right to remain