NEW YORK - New York prosecutors and defense lawyers for former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn were set to meet on Wednesday as the sexual assault case against him appeared to be falling apart.
Neither side would say publicly what was on the agenda, though The New York Times reported they would discuss whether the charges can be resolved by a dismissal or plea agreement.
Ben Brafman, a lawyer for Strauss-Kahn, confirmed to Reuters in an email there would be a meeting but declined to say what would be discussed.
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