Cosby judge could revisit issue of revealing names of jurors

Posted June 28, 2017

Am I surprised by the hung jury in the sexual assault trial of Bill Cosby? She testified that Cosby gave her three blue pills, and that she lost consciousness after ingesting them.

Cosby acknowledged that he had cheated on his wife with Constand, but he said that their relationship was consensual.

"As you can only imagine", Allison said, "I've got a lot to praise God for". "I wanted it to stop".

Bill Cosby's attorney is seemingly not bothered that prosecutors reportedly plan to retry his client, whose sexual assault case ended in a mistrial.

Tonight on Channel 11 News staring at 5, hear the arguments that swayed McCloskey against Cosby and why he's happy the case will be retried.

Bill Cosby's trial on sexual-assault charges ended without a verdict Saturday after jurors failed to reach a unanimous decision in a case that helped destroy the 79-year-old comedian's image as "America's Dad". However, during his deposition for this civil case, Cosby admitted on the record to giving women quaaludes.

Juror names are normally a matter of public record and judges must justify the decision to seal them, legal experts said.

Jurors were selected in Allegheny County because Cosby's attorneys argued that pretrial publicity would make it hard to find impartial jury candidates in Montgomery County, where Cosby lives.

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"Social attitudes in general affect what happens in criminal trials, in rape cases". The retrial is expected to bear many similarities to the first trial, but there might be key differences that could affect the outcome.

"It can never be clearer that if you speak up, you could be chilling the justice system in the future if jurors are needed in this case", O'Neill told them.

However, defence attorneys may have undercut Valliere's testimony by suggesting she was biased by showing jurors comments she'd posted on Facebook seeming to celebrate a prosecution victory in the pretrial fight over evidence in the case. "'Probably' does not win criminal trials". Both men are powerful, and, in both cases, absolute power prevailed absolutely.

Jurors were selected in Pittsburgh because of concerns about the jury pool in Montgomery County, Pa., being tainted by intense pre-trial publicity. It is unusual and terrible to consider how a crowd of human adults might go so far as to conflate an accused serial rapist's guilt or innocence with his Q score.

Colin McEnroe and Jonathan McNicol contributed to this show.

ONE of the six alternates in Bill Cosby's sex assault trial said on Monday that he would've voted to convict the funnyman - and that the result of a mistrial left him "ridiculously sick". And Mrs. Cosby's power is back.

Cosby remains free on $1 million bail over the three felony charges. "That's the way it's been in this business".

McMonagle said Camille Cosby's words will not have any effect on the case, should there be a retrial.