Cosby alternate juror 'probably' would have voted to convict

Accuser was less consistent with the accused’ Cosby attorney

Accuser was less consistent with the accused’ Cosby attorney

She sued Cosby in a civil suit and settled for an undisclosed amount in 2006.

His lawyers were triumphant, his long-silent wife savaged the prosecutors, and his publicist claimed that Bill Cosby's reputation was now "restored" after a jury failed to reach a verdict on whether he sexually assaulted a woman in 2004. Cosby was not found "not guilty". They have been working for more than 40 hours since getting the case on Monday.

"This was basically just practicing to get the ball in the basket", Allison says she told Constand, a former star high school, college and Italian professional league basketball player. Even if the host only took the few minutes he used to discuss the Cosby trial on Sunday to instead address it from a more reflective angle, I believe it would have constituted a better use of his platform than his use of it to focus on the odd nature of Cosby's behavior. "I wanted to get up and clap". Cosby was performing there, and she says he invited her to a party where she accepted two pills from him. Prosecutors suggested he drugged her with something stronger. The 2004 encounter at Cosby's suburban Philadelphia estate was the only one to result in criminal charges.

Alternates listen to all the testimony in a trial, but do not participate in deliberations. Judge Steven O'Neill advised jurors when the trial ended Saturday outside Philadelphia that they need not discuss the case.

"I would have voted to convict", McCloskey told the morning hosts on WDVE, a station that broadcasts Pittsburgh Steelers games.

Callan noted the defense would soon be able to access a full transcript of all the prosecution witness testimony to try to highlight inconsistencies.

McMonagle said Camille Cosby's words will not have any effect on the case if there is a retrial.

"If the parties previously agreed to stay the civil litigation pending the criminal trial, it is likely that they will continue that stipulation for a retrial", said Priya Sopori, a partner at Greenberg Glusker.

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He also tried to sow doubt about Constand's story, saying it had evolved during her interviews with police. It took Constand nearly a year to confide in her parents what happened, and they reported the incident to police in January 2005.

"The key to retrying a case is to do it differently the second time, because the defense expects you to do it the same way", said Constand's lawyer, Dolores Troiani.

Over the weekend, his wife, Camille Cosby, spoke out, taking on the district attorney in a statement, calling him "heinously and explosively ambitious". However, it is somewhat disappointing that he chose to mention the Cosby case and fail to focus on what many find to be most problematic about the mistrial.

Constand, 44, is the only one of dozens of Cosby accusers whose report led to a criminal trial because, in the other cases, the statute of limitations had expired.

It wasn't immediately known how many jurors wanted to convict and how many wanted to acquit. If the panel can't break the deadlock, the judge could declare a hung jury and a mistrial.

NY lawyer Paul Callan, a former prosecutor, said he thought it would "exceptionally difficult" for the state to win a second trial against Cosby.

The case has already helped demolish his image as America's Dad, cultivated during his eight-year run as kindly Dr. Cliff Huxtable on the top-rated "The Cosby Show" in the 1980s and '90s.

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