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  1. Bill Cosby

    Bill Cosby’s Mistrial Relief May Be Short-Lived

    He wasn’t exonerated. With a hung jury in his recent criminal case, the embattled comedian can celebrate clearing one legal hurdle, but he still faces a marathon in the wake of dozens of sexual misconduct allegations. The Pennsylvania jury took 52 hours to not decide if Cosby was guilty of an alleged 2004 sexual assault. Prosecutors have promised to retry him, though a second trial is expected to favor the defense. In the meantime, Cosby’s lawyers must contend with 10 civil suits, many for allegedly defaming his accusers.

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