Hung jury results in Cosby mistrial; prosecutors vow to try comedy legend again for sexual assault

After all these years, the first criminal trial charging comedy legend Bill Cosby with drugging and molesting at least one woman against her will has ended quicker than anyone expected in a mistrial. The trial began June 5, went to the jury after a six-minute defense, and ended Saturday after the jurors deadlocked, unable to reach unanimity six days later either for or against the 79-year-old comedian. “After 52 hours of deliberation — probably one of the most courageous acts I’ve ever seen — I’m compelled to grant a mistrial,” said Judge Steven O’Neill. Cosby remains charged with three...

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