Criminal sex assault case against Bill Cosby can proceed, Pennsylvania judge rules
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Bill Cosby arrives for the second day of hearings at the Montgomery County Courthouse Feb. 3, 2016, in Norristown, Pennsylvania.

via KTLA:

NORRISTOWN, Pa. -- (KTLA/CNN) -- The sexual assault case in Pennsylvania against Bill Cosby will go forward.

A judge in Montgomery County ruled that the criminal case stemming from alleged unwanted sexual contact Cosby had with Andrea Constand will proceed.

Cosby’s lawyers had argued that the case was barred by a “promise” made in 2005 by then-District Attorney Bruce Castor never to prosecute him.

The judge on Wednesday ruled “there was no basis to grant the relief requested” by Cosby.

FULL STORY: Criminal sex assault case against Bill Cosby can proceed, Pennsylvania judge rules - KTLA

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