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Bill Cosby Preliminary Hearing

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Norristown, PA – After a short appearance in court Tuesday afternoon, Bill Cosby, 78 will be going to trial.  A pretrail hearing was held earlier with a Pennsylvania judge finding enough evidence to move forward with a trial.  If Cosby is convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison.

Cosby’s next court date will be July 20.
Cosby now faces three counts of felony indecent assault from a 2004 case involving Andrea Constand, who is also an employee at his alma mater, Temple University.
As he walked into court, the 78-year-old — who suffers from vision problems — held onto the arm of his spokesman, Andrew Wyatt. During the hearing, Cosby appeared to listen attentively and occasionally stretched his neck.
Defense attorney Brian McMonagle said prosecutors are relying on a statement made by Constand to police 11 years ago. He argued that “allowing hearsay” in the context of this case would be “wrong.”
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