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.”
Arguments over testimony from 13 past accusers will conclude tomorrow.
A judge had to order quiet in Norristown today over the release of 13 women’s personal information.
The judge hasn’t made a decision on pre-trial motions, but the comedian’s attorneys have begun pointing fingers at Gloria Allred.
We’re on an abrupt break in Montco after Cosby stood up and wobbled in the middle of the hearing.
The defense is attempting to throw out a deposition Cosby gave in which he admitted to giving women drugs and then having sex with them.
Also, the 78-year-old comedian’s attorneys implied prosecutors’ arguments to avoid re-victimization were invalid.
That question is central to why the disgraced comedian is — once again — back in Montgomery County Court today.
In the wake of dozens of allegations against the disgraced comedian, is it time to allow victims to report sexual assault more than 12 years after it happened?
The comedian and actor mostly sat impassive during his preliminary hearing on charges that date back a decade.
Cosby is in court for a preliminary hearing on sexual assault charges.
It’s been five months since Cosby was charged. And we’re still at the beginning of the process.