NORRISTOWN, Pa. - Jurors have started to test the patience of the judge in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial.
The panel has deliberated more than 45 hours without reaching a verdict on charges that Cosby drugged and molested a woman inside his home in Cheltenham Township, Montgomery County, in 2004.
Jurors reviewed multiple pieces of testimony on Friday, but when they asked to hear a sliver of testimony they'd just had read back to them, Judge Steven O'Neill put his foot down. The judge told them they had to rely on their collective memory.
Jury deliberations have now lasted about as long as the prosecution and defense cases combined.
The jury in Bill Cosby's assault trial agreed on many points in the case and accepted his accuser's testimony as true, but they remained at a hopeless deadlock because of the confusing wording in the texts of the charges, a juror told CNN.Read More »
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