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Friday, April 27, 2018

Bill Cosby Found Guilty of Sexual Assault

Bill Cosby found guilty of sexual assault: A look at the case

By Kaitlyn Schallhorn | Fox News

Bill Cosby guilty of all counts of sexual assault

After two trials and lengthy court battles, comedian Bill Cosby has been found guilty of all three counts of sexual assault against Andrea Constand. Now convicted, the comedian faces up to 30 years in prison.

A jury found Bill Cosby guilty of sexual assault on April 26.

Cosby, now 80, was accused of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in his Pennsylvania home in 2004. A jury of seven men and five women found him guilty on three counts of felony aggravated indecent assault in a retrial of the case after less than two days of deliberations.

Cosby was charged with three counts that each carry a standard sentence range of five to 10 years in prison, but legal experts say the sentence for each count should run concurrently under Pennsylvania law since they all cover the same incident and conduct. That means he is likely facing up to 10 years behind bars.

Cosby was emotionless in court when his fate was announced, but when the district attorney requested that his bail be revoked, he reportedly launched into an expletive-laced rant. Ultimately, a judge declined to revoke his bail.

As they left the courtroom, Cosby's defense team said they plan to appeal the verdict.

Aside from Andrea Constand, the woman who brought Cosby to court, the jury also heard from five other women who claimed the comedian assaulted them too, painting him as a serial rapist.

Cosby’s first trial ended in a mistrial. Here’s a look at the second case and how the nation’s #MeToo movement could have played a role.

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