After hearing testimony and arguments in a two-day hearing, the judge presiding over Bill Cosby’s sexual assault case in Pennsylvania will now decide whether up to 13 women, who claim Cosby sexually assaulted them in a similar fashion, can testify at Cosby’s trial. These 13 women were apparently chosen from a group of about 60 who have made such accusations against Cosby. They claim that he drugged and sexually assaulted them–precisely what Andrea Constand says happened to her in 2004 at Cosby’s Montgomery County home. The Pennsylvania case is the only one to be prosecuted criminally. (The Los Angeles District Attorney chose not to prosecute a separate case from 2008.) All other accusations are time-barred. Other criminal conduct can be introduced at a trial if it helps the state demonstrate a pattern or motive or intent or absence of mistake…

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