Suddenly, Bill Cosby can no longer escape prosecution.
The number of his accusers had grown to the size of a choir. And the refrain of the 50-plus women has been virtually the same: He drugged me; he sexually assaulted me – or he tried to.
Cosby has vehemently denied any wrongdoing. And his supporters pointed out he never faced criminal charges.
What can his sentence be?
Two to three years behind bars is more customary for aggravated indecent assault, said Michael Skinner.
But given the circumstances, the judge could hand Cosby, who is 78, a higher sentence than that.
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