Legal Face-off’s Rich Lenkov: What does a mistrial mean for Bill Cosby?

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Comedian Bill Cosby (R) departs the Montgomery County Courthouse on June 12, 2017 in Norristown, Pennsylvania. The fate of Bill Cosby June 12, 2017 lay in the hands of a US jury who deliberated over dinner and into the night on whether or not the disgraced entertainer sexually assaulted a woman at his home more than 13 years ago. (DOMINICK REUTER/AFP/Getty Images)

Bill and Wendy are joined in the studio by resident legal expert, Rich Lenkov. They talk about the mistrial in the Cosby case, the controversial suicide by texting case, and others.



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