Mr. Aidala said that Mr. Weinstein would need only a week to recover from surgery and that “he wants to have his name cleared.”
Mr. Weinstein put up $2 million in stocks and bonds to secure the bail bond, according to his bondsman, Ira Judelson, who has handled numerous high-profile cases in New York City. Mr. Judelson said he would also be responsible for monitoring Mr. Weinstein’s ankle monitor, adding that he expects the producer to comply with the court’s requirements.
“I think we will be on the same page moving forward now that I’m involved,” he said.
Mr. Weinstein faces charges that he raped one woman, who has not been identified, at a Midtown hotel in March 2013 and forced a second woman, Mimi Haleyi, a production assistant, to allow him to perform oral sex on her at his apartment in Manhattan in 2006.
The actress Annabella Sciorra will also testify against him about her allegation that Mr. Weinstein sexually assaulted her in 1993, under the legal theory that her testimony will support charges of predatory sexual assault, even though her encounter with the producer happened too long ago to be the basis of a rape charge under New York law.
Ms. Sciorra, who is known for her work in “The Sopranos,” has publicly said that Mr. Weinstein assaulted her in her Gramercy Park apartment.
The predatory sexual assault charges require prosecutors to prove that Mr. Weinstein committed a serious sexual assault against at least two women. The charge carries a life sentence.
Mr. Weinstein maintains that his sexual encounters with the women were consensual.
The Manhattan district attorney’s office is also expected to call on three other women to testify about their experiences with Mr. Weinstein.
Prosecutors hope those witnesses will convince a jury that Mr. Weinstein has long been a sexual predator, even if the events they describe happened too long ago to be prosecuted as sex crimes. Prosecutors in Pennsylvania used a similar strategy in the sexual assault trial of the comedian Bill Cosby, who was convicted and sentenced to prison.
Alan Feuer contributed reporting.