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>> Bill Cosby arrived for court Tuesday accompanied for the first time during the trial with his wife of 50 years, Camille Cosby. It was a day of final arguments for both sides. Cosby's lawyers attacked the credibility of accuser Andrea Constand, calling her a quote, pathological liar. He's accused of sexually assaulting Constand, a former administrator of the Temple University Women's Basketball Team, at his home outside Philadelphia in 2004.
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>> This man is innocent of all these charges. It's gonna be sad to them that Andrea Constand made up these fantastical stories in order to get rich.>> In all about 50 women have accused Cosby of sexual assault going back decades. Though only Constand's case was recent enough for criminal prosecution.
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Cosby has denied wrongdoing, saying any sexual contact he had was consensual. His defense lawyer Thomas Mesereau on Tuesday picked apart what he called inconsistent statements by Constand. Reminding the jury she continued to call Cosby after the alleged assault. In its closing arguments, the prosecution slammed the defense. Assistant District Attorney Kristen Feden calling the attack on the accusers, quote, shameful, utterly shameful.
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This is his second trial after a deadlocked jury in the first trial failed to reach a verdict last year. If convicted of all three counts, Cosby could face up to ten years in prison. Jury deliberations begin on Wednesday.