A "sexually violent predator" classification would require Cosby to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life and undergo treatment.
As Bill Cosby awaits sentencing on sexual-assault charges, he has replaced his legal team with a defense lawyer from Chester County.
Andrea Constand is speaking out about the helplessness she felt the night she was sexually assaulted by the comedian and actor.
Follow along for the latest developments and recent coverage in Bill Cosby's second sexual-assault trial, scheduled to begin April 9 in Norristown.
From when Andrea Constand first met Bill Cosby to the entertainer's criminal trials, here are all of the key dates in the sexual-assault case.
Bill Cosby's first trial in Norristown ended on an inconclusive note - a hung jury and a mistrial. But as his second courtroom showdown against accuser Andrea Constand opens April 9, the retrial is shaping up to be no simple repeat. Here's everything you need to know about the case.
Acting on a petition from about a dozen media organizations, a Montgomery County judge on Friday unsealed the identities of the jurors who convicted Bill Cosby, but told them not to publicly discuss the deliberations that led to their decision last month.
The judge presiding over Bill Cosby's sexual assault case has scheduled two days in September to sentence the 80-year-old comedy icon - a pivotal hearing that will determine how long he may spend in prison for his 2004 attack on Andrea Constand.
The move is the first time the arts center has taken back one of the high-profile awards it bestows each year.
The tone of her statement underscored the fiercely protective role Camille Cosby has played in shaping her husband's career and public image for more than five decades.
Yale is rescinding the honorary degree it awarded Bill Cosby, joining numerous other schools, including Temple University, in revoking honors following the comedian's sexual assault conviction.
The black infighting over the Cosby case must stop, because a house divided against itself cannot stand.
In a hearing on a petition by media organizations to release the names, Judge Steven T. O'Neill said he was still weighing how to balance the privacy rights of Cosby jurors against the presumption that their names are public information. He did not indicate when or how he might rule.