“The allegations here cannot be defended.”
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.
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.
That question is central to why the disgraced comedian is — once again — back in Montgomery County Court today.
Cosby is in court for a preliminary hearing on sexual assault charges.
“The situation here,” says a lawyer who’s followed the Cosby case, “is that officials need to recuse themselves when there is an appearance of impropriety.”
An attorney for the Catholic Church in the sex abuse scandal says “how is that a victory? My client dies with a cloud over his head,” but seemingly endless appeals loom.
Bill Cosby’s hearing: How the D.A. who never prosecuted him used his time in the spotlight (analysis)
If a judge believes Bruce Castor’s words about a promise, a press release and other facets of the case he explained over several hours Tuesday, it could mean Bill Cosby won’t face a trial.
Bruce Castor told Cosby’s attorney he’s not on Cosby’s side.
“I’ve been doing this a long time,” Castor told the judge. “I’m wondering if you should hear that in front of the camera first.”
The decade-old oral agreement tied to testimony in a civil lawsuit could make or break the first sexual assault case filed against the comedian after a year of high-profile accusations.