Jury Continues to Deliberate in the Bill Cosby Case.

On its fourth day of deliberation, the jury in the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial is reportedly deadlocked and has been instructed by Steven O’Neill to keep deliberating. The jury is contemplating on whether Cosby is guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault.

The highly publicized trial ended on Monday afternoon after the defense rested, only calling one witness to the stand: the Cheltenham detective who led the investigation into Cosby in 2004. The prosecution’s case lasted five days, resting on Friday.

Although over 40 women have come forward to accuse Cosby of sexual assault, only this case, involving Andrea Constand, has made its way to criminal court. The alleged incidents involving Cosby and Constand took place in 2004 and were investigated in 2005, but the matter was not pursued by the County due to lack of evidence.