The comedian, accompanied by his wife, decided after all to not take the stand. Closing arguments are next.
The comedian’s testimony immediately raises the stakes in his criminal sexual assault case.
Gianna Constand took the stand Wednesday afternoon after her daughter had spent the day as a witness.
On the second day of the comedian’s trial in Norristown, the alleged victim took the stand.
Judge Steven T. O’Neill has not said when he would rule on the evidence but hinted he wants a trial as soon as possible.
Judge Steven T. O’Neill gave no timeline for when he’ll issue a ruling.
“The allegations here cannot be defended.”
The Montgomery County DA says the comedian “shouldn’t be rewarded for being good at intoxicating people.”
The judge hasn’t made a decision on pre-trial motions, but the comedian’s attorneys have begun pointing fingers at Gloria Allred.
Josh Morrow, another witness and a former Kane consultant, has told investigators he provided reporter Chris Brennan with the secret grand jury information.
Another reporter may have known about the Mondesire investigation before Kathleen Kane allegedly leaked it
Former AG’s office employee Michael Miletto said a reporter told him he had grand jury transcripts related to J. Whyatt Mondesire.
Bruce Beemer testified he originally thought the media leak came from the AG’s Norristown office. After conversations with Kane, he said, ‘I feared that it was not.’
Bruce Beemer, the man who led Kane’s office in her absence, said he was floored when he saw a 2014 story in The Daily News about a thwarted investigation.
Prosecutors call it revenge. The defense says a feud is being made up.
Cosby is in court for a preliminary hearing on sexual assault charges.