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A Pennsylvania judge on Tuesday denied Bill Cosby’s bid for a new trial and reduced sentence, which was due to the shameful comician’s conviction of sexual abuse.
Cosby’s defense had asked Montgomery County Judge Steven O’Neill for a transition, claiming that evidence against Cosby was old and unreliable and should not have been allowed in trial.
The defense also claimed that Cosby’s opinion was unnecessarily tough, with more than two times the least guidelines. 1
9659006] But O & # 39; Neill said in a single sided page that he found no reason to give a new trial or reduce the rate.
Cosby was sentenced to three years to 10 years in prison for sexual abuse and abuse by Andrea Constand at the actor’s home in Philadelphia suburb in 2004. At that time, Constand was a female basketball director at Temple University, Cosbys alma mater.
Cosby, 81, is best known for playing healthy daddy, Dr. Cliff Huxtable, at the NBC’s “Cosby Show” in Rome from 1984 to 1992. Constand is one of dozens of women who have accused Cosby of sexual abuse.
He is now unlocked in a state prison in Collegeville, about 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia.