Bill Cosby's Sexual Assault Case Is Declared Mistrial By Judge
After jurors failed to break a deadlock, Bill Cosby's trial for sexual assault charges ended without a verdict.
After 52 hours of deliberation over the course of six days, jurors informed the judge that they couldn't reach a unanimous decision on whether Bill Cosby drugged, molested, and/or raped a Temple University employee named Andrea Constand in 2004. The supposed act happened at her Philadelphia home in 2004.
After being informed of the no verdict by the jurors, the judge declared a mistrial for Cosby.
While this was the only case that resulted in criminal charges for Cosby, there were dozens of other women who came forward with allegations saying that he drugged and assaulted them.