“People need to be educated on a brush against the shoulder,” she said. “Anything at this point can be considered sexual assault.”The Cosby announcement drew immediate rebukes from several quarters, including the anti-sexual violence organization RAINN. “It would be more useful if Mr. Cosby would spend time talking with people about how not to commit sexual assault in the first place, ” said Jodi Omear, an organization spokeswoman.
The fatigue from Saturday’s mistrial has hardly faded for either side in the Bill Cosby sexual assault case, but both need to begin preparing almost immediately for a new trial that the prosecution has vowed to bring. Judge Steven T. O’Neill has said a second trial would begin within months and, if the case just concluded is any measure, they will be months filled with motions and countermotions as each side jockeys for an edge.
NORRISTOWN, Pa. — The judge in the sexual assault trial of Bill Cosby declared a mistrial Saturday after jurors reported being hopelessly deadlocked after six days of deliberations, bringing an inconclusive end to this phase of one of the highest-profile cases in recent history.District Attorney Kevin Steele of Montgomery County immediately vowed to put Cosby on trial again.The outcome denied vindication to either the defendant or the dozens of women who have accused Cosby, one of the...
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