The jury deciding Bill Cosby’s fate deliberated into a second evening Tuesday after focusing on the actor’s first-hand description of his interactions with accuser Andrea Constand. In questions to Montgomery County Judge Steven T. O’Neill, the sequestered panel asked to review details of Constand’s first statements to police and for a definition of a phrase in the third count brought against Cosby. Count three alleges Cosby engaged in “penetration” of Constand after administering or employing “without the knowledge of the complainant” drugs or intoxicants that “substantially impaired” her ability to control her conduct or resist. Jurors wanted more explanation of what constituted “without (her) knowledge.” Cosby’s own description of ‘petting,’ penetration read in court The judge said he couldn’t provide any further definition. The… Next »
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