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17/06/2017 Bill Cosby trial is declared a mistrial

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Judge declares a mistrial in Bill Cosby sex assault trial

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Bill Cosby Trial: Jury deadlocked after 53 hours of deliberations

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Jurors Remain Deadlocked in Bill Cosby Trial

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Bill Cosby Trial: What happens now?

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Judge declares mistrial in Bill Cosby sexual assault case

American comedian Bill Cosby has been the subject of publicized sexual assault allegations, with the earliest incidents allegedly taking place in the mid-1960s. Cosby’s first trial in 2017 ended in a mistrial, but in 2018, the comedian was retried and found guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault. He now faces up to ten years in prison and a $25,000 fine.
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    • Essentials 

    • 1965–1996 allegations 

    • Later allegations and investigations (2000–2006) 

    • Buress remarks (October 2014) 

    • Additional assault allegations 

    • Table of accusers' allegations 

    • Unsealing of ''Constand v. Cosby'' deposition 

    • 2015 criminal charges 

    • Judith Huth 

    • Chloe Goins 

    • First trial 

    • Evidentiary motions 

    • Jury selection 

    • Jane Doe No. 6 

    • Racial bias claims 

    • Declaration of mistrial 

    • Attorney changes and trial setting 

    • Key motions 

    • Guilty verdict and sentence 

    • Appeals 

    • Vacated conviction 

    • Civil lawsuits against Cosby 

    • Tamara Green, ''et al.'' 

    • Janice Dickinson 

    • Renita Hill 

    • Katherine McKee 

    • Gloria Allred vs. Cobb-Marietta Coliseum, ''et al.'' 

    • Bill Cosby vs. Beverly Johnson 

    • Recalling encounters with Cosby 

    • Defenses of Cosby 

    • Defenders change their minds 

    • Obama reaction 

    • Interviews 

    • Fallout 

    • Institutions sever ties 

    • Broadcast networks cancel shows 

    • Ontario sex assault plan 

    • Nevada sex assault law 

    • Colorado sex assault bill 

    • Presidential Medal of Freedom bill 

    • Oregon sex assault bill 

    • California sex assault law 

    • In popular culture 

    • Impact on Cosby's legacy 

    • Allusions in Cosby's works