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3 Apr 2017
Comedian Bill Cosby arrives for a court hearing as his lawyers and state prosecutors continue to wrangle over what evidence can be admitted at his June trial.
28 Feb 2017
A judge granted a request by Bill Cosby's defence lawyers on Monday, to have jurors picked from a different county. Cosby's lawyers argued his case was drawing too much publicity for a fair criminal trial.
18 Feb 2017
A federal judge dismissed a defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby by actress Katherine McKee who claimed he raped her, ruling that the comedian acted within his rights when he proclaimed himself innocent of the crime.

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