Bill Cosby Judge To Rule Wednesday On Releasing Juror Names The judge who presided over Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial will decide Wednesday whether to identify jurors who deadlocked in the case after a week of deliberations.
Cosby Judge Could Revisit Issue Of Revealing Jurors' NamesThe names of the jurors who could not reach a verdict in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial have not been made public but that could change as early as Monday.
Exclusive: Man Convicted Of Molesting Kids Says He's Innocent, 'Never Had An Issue'It's sentencing day for a Broward County swim instructor convicted of molesting three girls he was teaching.
Cosby Trial Jury Focuses On Accuser's Testimony In Day 3 Of Deliberations During the third day of deliberations in Bill Cosby' trial, jurors focused on his accuser's testimony. Meantime, outside of the courthouse a growing horde of media and onlookers await the verdict.
Jury Hears Bill Cosby's Apology For 2004 Sexual EncounterBill Cosby says he apologized to the family of a woman he is accused of drugging and assaulting because he was afraid her mother considered him a 'dirty old man,' according to testimony read by the jury Friday during his trial.
Cosby's Accuser Stands By Her Story Under Cross-ExaminationThe Bill Cosby trial will continue on Wednesday with more testimony from his alleged victim.
Cosby's Lawyer Attacks 1 Accuser As Sex Assault Trial OpensThe Bill Cosby trial continued on Tuesday with a request from his defense attorney.
Cosby's Image As Father, Family Man On The Line At Sex TrialMore than a decade after Bill Cosby invited a college basketball manager to his home to discuss her career, the 79-year-old comedian goes on trial on Monday in a sexual assault case that is sure to define his legacy.
Juror: 'Holy Spirit' Said Former Congresswoman Not GuiltyA juror dismissed during deliberations in former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown's fraud trial in Florida told his colleagues that the "Holy Spirit" told him she was not guilty.
Battle Looms Over Bill Cosby's Testimony On Drugs & Sex The next battle in the criminal case against Bill Cosby will be whether prosecutors can use his lurid deposition testimony about giving pills and alcohol to a string of women before sex — material that may be disallowed at his trial since the judge ruled most of the women themselves can't testify.
Casey Anthony Trial Judge Believes She Killed Daughter, Not On PurposeA judge who presided over the sensational case of Casey Anthony says she probably caused her daughter to die but not on purpose.
Judge OKs ‘Monster’ Statement To Cops By Man Charged In Disembowelment Of GirlfriendA man's statement to police after he allegedly disemboweled his girlfriend for yelling another man's name during sex will be allowed at his murder trial, a judge ruled Thursday.
Trial Weeks Away For Man Accused In Girlfriend's Grizzly Murder The trial of a man who is accused of killing his girlfriend in a grizzly way during sex is two weeks away.
Cosby Quips To Security, 'Don't Tase Me, Bro' Before CourtBill Cosby greeted security officers with a joke Tuesday morning before a hearing in his sexual assault case, quipping, "Don't tase me bro" as they wanded him on his way into a suburban Philadelphia courtroom.
Lawyer: Cosby Expects To Be Cleared, Resume His CareerBill Cosby expects to be cleared of a criminal sexual assault charge and restart his entertainment career, his lawyer argues in a defamation lawsuit filed against him by seven women.