Bill Cosby Trial: Jury Deliberations


The Bill Cosby sexual assault trial is in its ninth day as the jury is now almost 30 hours into deliberations. 

They've asked the judge to hear portions of the accused's, Andrea Constand, testimony from last week and to read back police testimony taken from Cosby's 2005 interview with officers.

Constand testified for over a seven hour period during two days, resulting in more than 300 pages of transcripts.

The specific pieces of testimony the jury wanted to re-hear was Constand's comments about the night of the alleged assault.

As for Cosby's interviews, jurors want to clarify pieces of his statements as well as the relationship between he and Constand at the time of the alleged assault.

Cosby is facing three counts of aggravated indecent assault, with each count carrying a maximum sentence of 10 years.

If found guilty, he also faces being registered as a sex offender.


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