Bill Cosby's attorney provided a powerful closing argument Monday - check out a few quotes from Brian McMonagle's closing statement.
Following the longest deliberation in the history of Montgomery County, Judge O'Neill declared a mistrial in the case of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. William Cosby after jury failed to deliver verdict.
Thursday Judge Steven T. O’Neill heard arguments in regards to allowing the jury to hear about the civil suit between former Montgomery County District Attorney Bruce Castor, who declined to prosecute Cosby in 2005 and Andrea Constand.
The judge in Bill Cosby’s sexual assault retrial gave his legal defense a huge boost Tuesday, ruling his lawyers can call a witness who says the accuser talked about framing a celebrity before she went to police in 2005 with allegations about the comedian.
According to court documents, Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele will be calling a convicted prostitute to the stand to testify against comedian Bill Cosby during the upcoming trial.
Thomas Mesereau delivers powerful opening statement; paints Constand as an inconsistent money-hungry con artist
As Mesereau spoke, it was almost like a flashback to Michael Jackson’s trial in 2002, painting accuser Andrea Constand as someone who wanted to further her career by any means necessary, even if it included creating a story of a sexual assault that the defense stresses never happened.
The question everybody has been asking: "Who gave you the Quaaludes?" Cosby accuser's response? "A friend." Mesereau cross-examined Janice Baker-Kinney, who alleges Cosby assaulted her in 1986. The rundown.
Judge Steven T. O’Neill asked comedian Bill Cosby, who is standing trial for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in his Cheltenham home in 2004 if he is going to testify.
Jurors at Bill Cosby’s sexual-assault retrial began deliberating Wednesday morning. Less than two hours later, they notified Judge Steven O'Neill that they had a question.
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