- The producer says he doesn't have the right to release outtakes
- The tapes could be subpoenaed in the event of a lawsuit, Cevallos says
Danny Cevallos (@CevallosLaw) is a CNN Legal Analyst and a personal injury and criminal defense attorney practicing in Pennsylvania and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his.
(CNN)The presidential campaign has been jolted by the leak of a tape from the show "Access Hollywood" that caught Donald Trump bragging about his ability to kiss and grope women at will. Since he spent years as the star of "The Apprentice," the question has arisen of whether that show has tapes that could affect the course of the election and if there are legal constraints that would prevent their release.