She testified that she spoke with Cosby for two hours immediately after she learned of the assault, which Andrea did not mention until a year later. He also dismissed the district attorney's pledge to retry the case.
Smolla said the outcome of any civil case would depend on how jurors behave in terms of how seriously they take the case, how they relate to one another and how they deal with holdout jurors.
Jurors deliberated more than 52 hours over six days before telling a judge they couldn't reach a unanimous decision on whether "The Cosby Show" star drugged and molested Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004.
Wyatt also claimed that both Camille Cosby and the jury had gotten their power back before taking aim at lawyers for the accusers, notably Gloria Allred. Prosecutors suggested he drugged her with something stronger. "And I want to thank the jury for their long days".
Cosby, who gave the deposition as part of Constand's lawsuit against him, said he got seven prescriptions for the powerful sedative in the 1970s for the goal of giving them to women with whom he wanted to have sex. It was the only criminal case stemming from dozens of accusations of sexual misconduct - all of which Cosby denies.
"The defamation case is this clever way of saying, If I say you raped me and you say it didn't happen, then you're defaming me by calling me a liar", he said. Also testifying was Kelly Johnson, who accused Cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting her in 1996, which the prosecution hoped would show a pattern of behavior by Cosby.
She filed a civil suit against him in 2005, claiming that one day Cosby gave her pills that left her paralyzed during a non-consensual sexual encounter.
After that, the prosecutors closed their case Friday.
Cosby chose not to testify at trial.
The jury had been instructed by the judge to work into the weekend to reach a verdict, after they first revealed that they were deadlocked on the case on Thursday. Lawyer Brian McMonagle told jurors that while Cosby had been unfaithful to his wife, he didn't commit a crime.
When they told the judge Saturday morning they were still deadlocked, he declared a hung jury and a mistrial.
She had told jurors that the comedian attacked her after drugging her with pills he said would help her to "relax" during a dinner at his house in 2004. The defense frequently emphasized Camille's presence in the courtroom to solidify the infidelity narrative to the jury, with McMonagle directly apologizing to Camille at one point as he reviewed a decade-old testimony in which her husband talked about "petting" with Constand.
Cosby's wife of more than 50 years, Camille, was in the courtroom Monday.
In the deposition, the I Spy star stated that he gave Constand three half-tablets of Benadryl before the touching began. However, Pennsylvania law allows the judge to order the sentences to be served concurrently, meaning Cosby could serve from five to ten years in prison.
The bit went viral, and suddenly Cosby's alleged assaults were back in the news.
Since Shupe's petition was granted, judges in two OR counties have granted similar petitions to transgender people. California would be the first state to establish a third gender option through legislation.
The announcement to continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA , was made quietly late Thursday. The DAPA program, like the one for young immigrants, was created with a policy memo, not by legislation.
Rosenworcel at an FCC hearing in 2015. "We applaud President Trump for nominating Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel to the FCC". Recode recently pegged Brendan Carr , now general counsel for Ajit Pai's FCC, as the favorite for the Republican slot.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer , seen in 2014, wrote a farewell post to employees titled "Nostalgia, Gratitude & Optimism". The new company, which combines AOL and Yahoo brands such as HuffPost and Yahoo Finance, is called Oath .
He knows the dynamic that now exists in a chamber that is led by House Speaker Paul Ryan, an ardent Trump defender and apologist. He told CNN that his name was not mentioned specifically, but he did speak with Capuano afterward about Monday's letter.
Jones pointed to how NBC crew members manipulated lighting for the interview as evidence it was a strategic attack on him. If you've ever watched Alex Jones , as I have, you might come away steeped in a dark and distorted view of the world.
Surrounded by North Korean guards, Warmbier delivered a highly scripted "confession" that appeared to have been written for him. Rodman told the news reporters that he has nothing to do with detained Americans on his trip to the secluded country.
Officials from the Citi Bike programme say that more than 43 million journeys have been made since the scheme began. Hanegby was a married father of two young children and lived in the Brooklyn Heights section of Brooklyn.
Diana saves the man, Steve (Chris Pine: Star Trek Beyond), who she learns is a soldier in something called The Great War. I enjoyed how the cinematography captured the fighting in slow motion and showed off the characters' skills.
Bailey worked as a Capitol police officer for nine years, according to his LinkedIn page, and previously worked for the U.S. Senator Mike Lee, a Utah Republican, texted Fox News to say that Mr Scalise had been shot in the hip and would survive.
The suspect is a 24-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of offenses contrary to the Terrorism Act, police wrote in a tweet. He is the eight person to be released from United Kingdom custody without any further action, while another ten remain in cells.
Qatar yesterday moved to avoid an escalation of the feud, telling citizens of its Gulf neighbours that they are welcome to stay. The decision will come as a relief to the more than 11,000 people from Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain living in Qatar.
DC police to charge 12 Turkish security agents
While America views free speech and protest as an integral part of its democracy, the same can not be said for Turkey . Sources tell The New York Times that the guards will face several felony and misdemeanor counts.
Seconds podcast: The jury deliberates
Yanez never said he was sure he saw a gun, until he testified, Paulsen said. "And now they've been deprived of that role model". The mother of a black man fatally shot by a Minnesota police officer last July says her son shouldn't have died the way he did.
SDF launch major offensive to capture ISIL-held Raqqa
The monitor recorded the coalition's deadliest month for Syrian civilians between April 23 and May 23, with 225 civilians killed. Turkey views the YPG as a terrorist group aligned with the PKK which has fought a bloody campaign in southeast Turkey since 1984.
Prosecutors to drop charges in Stanley Cup dead catfish toss
The only area where Nashville wasn't markedly better than the defending Stanley Cup champions is the only one that really matters. It's Aberg's second goal of the playoffs. "We're concerned about where the series is at", Predators captain Mike Fisher said.
Green stays in Game 4 after technical foul fiasco
The clarification is becoming increasingly relevant in case of a here-we-go-again extension of this series to seven games. With a coach or trainer, we just verbalize and at that time we should listen to the PA announcer to who it is on.
Preet Bharara stopped answering Donald Trump's calls
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