By Lara Yeretsian Principal, Yeretsian Law, APC   Imagine the public outrage if a man accused of sexual assault announced to the world he would hold “town hall” style meetings, in part, to educate men on how they can avoid such accusations. Well, that’s exactly what Bill Cosby intends to do following his mistrial in the sexual assault case against him, according to his PR team.   The strategy would never fly with an average defendant, but apparently the rules are different when the man calling the meetings is a Hollywood icon. And the gambit may actually prove beneficial to the disgraced entertainer seeking to salvage his reputation.   Cosby’s sexual assault case ended in a mistrial June 17, when jurors deadlocked on whether Cosby had assaulted former Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his nearby home in 2004. Meantime, Cosby faces 10 civil…

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