Today, an appellate court in Pennsylvania temporarily stayed Bill Cosby’s preliminary hearing that was scheduled for next week while it reviews issues related to last month’s hearing. On February 3, Cosby lost his motion to dismiss the criminal charges of aggravated indecent assault allegedly committed against Andrea Constand in 2004. He also lost his motion to disqualify the Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele and his entire staff. (See the BK Live from February 4 for a recap of the two-day hearing.) The case was then set for a preliminary hearing on March 8 before Magisterial Judge Elizabeth McHugh. But in the past month, both sides have been battling in an appellate court—the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District. On February 12, Cosby filed a notice of appeal in the Superior Court. Five days later, the Commonwealth filed a motion…

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