Bill Cosby to draw an appeal against a conviction in a case of child sexual abuse

Actor Bill Cosby has appealed against his conviction for the drugging and sexual abuse of Andrea Constant, a former employee of Temple University, in 2004. This would be done in-house, in the neighborhood of Philadelphia. Cosby has always denied it.

The 81-year-old American comedian, once bewierookte to star in ‘The Cosby Show’, was last year found guilty and received a three-to ten-year prison sentence.

His lawyers have, as expected, objects are now written objection is made to the superior court of Pennsylvania. Previously mentioned all of the eleven points in the process, according to them, it is not fair to expire.

The lawyers, among other things, objected to the additional accusers judge Steven O’neill in the process, had to speak, as long as the process is only focused on the drug and the abuse of Andrea Constant.

Also, they find that Cosby unfairly treated, because O’neill was in the jury of the fragments has heard from a witness, the comedian, in a civil case.

In the state of Pennsylvania, where the trial was taking place, it is common for the judge in his or her arguments in writing and submit it before a higher court, the case is bent.


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