On Monday, a Pennslyvania court has denied Bill Cosby’s trial to have his 2018 intensified shocking assault upturned.
The Philadelphia Inquirer stated that the three-judge jury of the Pennsylvania Superior Court collectively determined that testimony from five extra prosecutors did not wrongly influence the jury’s verdict. Eventually, the judges discovered that Montgomery County prosecutors were lawfully verified to include their facts to confer a “signature pattern” on Cosby’s side.
“Here, the proof verified [Cosby’s] unique physical assault playbook,” the appellate court inscribed in their 94-page judgment, adding that the proofs eliminated doubt that Cosby was “negligent” of the victim’s non-consent.
Cosby is completing a three- to 10-year sentence at SCI-Phoenix for physically assaulting Andrea Constand at his Cheltenham home in 2004. During his case, prosecutors explained that the entertainer had an affection for narcotics and molesting inattentive women. However, more than 60 women have blamed him for the physical assault, according to reports.
The news reported that the Pennsylvania Court was tasked with explaining three issues, including:
- Cosby’s publicizer announced Tuesday’s verdict “appalling and unexpected” and told The Inquirer that they intend to request to the state’s Supreme Court.
- If the lower court was entitled to incorporate the five women’s statements and proofs.
- If the indictments should have been excluded based on a 2005 contract from then-District Attorney Bruce Castor to nevermore prosecute Cosby in the Constand case
- Whether Cosby’s character about his appearance of quaaludes to ladies in the 1970s should have been involved in his 2018 trial
His agent said, “We’re not outraged because it explains the experience that this isn’t about equity, but this is a political plan to kill America’s Dad.”