Bill Cosby has been found guilty on three counts of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in his suburban Pennsylvania home in 2004. A jury deliberated for more than 12 hours, following a retrial that lasted more than two weeks. Cosby, 80, faces a maximum of 10 years in prison.
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The attorney representing Bill Cosby's civil case accuser wants to depose Quincy Jones. But Cosby's legal team is asking the court to delay the civil lawsuit until Cosby resolves the criminal case.
Bill Cosby arrived in Norristown, Pa. Tuesday morning for a preliminary hearing on the sexual assault charges filed against him in December, The New York Times reports. The hearing at the Montgomery County courthouse was set to determine if the case will proceed with the criminal charges issued by Andrea Constand, who claimed she was sexually assaulted […]
The iconic comedian still faces other criminal and civil charges in multiple states for sexual assault.
The legal drama that entertainer Bill Cosby has endured of late continues to mount, but there was a bit of a reprieve on Thursday. A federal judge moved to throw out a civil suit filed against Cosby, although there are dozens of other accusers awaiting their day for justice. The defamation lawsuit was filed by […]