Actor Kevin Spacey was in court in Nantucket Monday, in one of the few criminal cases since the #MeToo movement began. His attorney pleaded not guilty on his behalf during a brief arraignment on charges that he groped an 18-year-old man in 2016. This case is one of dozens of accusations against Spacey — but so far, it's the only one to go to trial. So what's next?
Jim Braude was joined by Ellen Zucker, a partner at Burns Levinson who has represented multiple women in sexual misconduct claims against their employers; and J.W. Carney, Jr., a former assistant district attorney who has represented multiple men accused of sexual misconduct.