"She's entitled to a verdict in this case."Cosby's team declared victory, however temporary.
By sowing doubt among one or more jurors, Cosby's lawyers managed to overcome two years of unrelenting bad publicity for their client after the public release of his damaging testimony about drugs and sex, as well as a barrage of accusations from 60 women who came forward to accuse him of sexual assault.
Constand told jurors Cosby gave her pills that made her woozy and then penetrated her with his fingers as she lay paralyzed on a couch, unable to tell him to stop.
The 2004 encounter at Cosby's suburban Philadelphia estate was the only one to result in criminal charges.
Just like that, Judge Lisa Porter found herself presiding over the case of the penis defense."I believe it's pertinent," Padowitz said of the jury's ability to view his client's penis. "How is the defendant going to be erect when the jury views it?
"I believe it's relevant." The assistant state attorney said the state of the penis is pertinent to its relevancy."Is it going to be erect, or is it going to be flaccid? He also wondered how it would be presented to the jury."Do we do it in the back? Because a flaccid penis, whether it be a picture or the jury actually seeing it, is completely irrelevant.
Constand is ready to go to trial again, said her lawyer, Dolores Troiani."She's a very spiritual woman, she believes things happen for a purpose, and I think the purpose is ...
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To prove it, attorney Ken Padowitz wants a Broward County judge to allow Patterson to show his penis to the jury."Dr.
(Ronald) Wright, an expert witness and former Broward County medical examiner, will testify that …
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