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Andrea Constand takes stand, tells jury Bill Cosby drugged & sexually assaulted her

Cosby , 79, is on trial on charges of aggravated indecent assault. "They'll take the edge off". Constand said it took her a year to go to police because she felt intimidated. Constand has never spoken about her encounter with Cosby because the terms of the civil settlement she reached with him in 2006 barred either of them from doing so.



Bill Cosby faces 2nd sex assault trial after jury deadlocks

Cosby was facing up to 10 years for each of the counts against him. Camille Cosby , wife of the accused, issued a statement in response to the mistrial . "It's too early to celebrate, Mr. Cosby", she said. "And we will push forward". On Saturday, they came back and told O'Neill they were hopelessly deadlocked .



Mistrial declared in Bill Cosby sexual assault case

Judge Steven O'Neill said on Saturday morning that the note from jury "indicates that we the jury are deadlocked on all counts". "These are God's tears". Constand testified that she was at his home seeking advice about her career. Some of the other women have pursued civil cases or out-of-court settlements, but the vast majority can not pursue criminal charges because of a statute of limitations for sexual assault and rape cases.



London fire: Death toll rises to 58

Railway tracks run in front of the charred remains of the Grenfell Tower block in Kensington, west London , on June 17, following the June 14 fire at the residential building. "Because, without wanting to anticipate the inquiry, it is pretty clear that the cladding had a role in the spread of the fire". Mrs May said the Grenfell Tower blaze "was an unimaginable tragedy for the community, and for our country".



Cosby accuser thanks prosecutors after mistrial

When they came back Saturday and said , "Nah bruh, we just can't agree", the judge declared a mistrial . But if you remind yourself, Mr. Cosby put on a single witness for six minutes in this case as his defense. Cosby has denied all of the women's claims, saying that any sexual encounters were consensual. Lawyer Brian McMonagle told jurors that while Cosby had been unfaithful to his wife, he did not commit a crime.


Judge Declares Cosby Mistrial; Prosecutors Will Try Again

Judge Declares Cosby Mistrial; Prosecutors Will Try Again

The Montgomery County District Attorney's office said it will immediately retry the case. Judge Steven O'Neill reads what's known as a "dynamite" charge to remind them of their duty to try to find consensus, and he tells them to keep trying.