The allegations of sexual misconduct that have swirled around Bill Cosby for years came to a head Wednesday as he was charged with sexually assaulting a Canadian woman in Pennsylvania. He is accused of three counts of aggravated indecent assault, including an allegation of administering drugs to overcome resistance but was released after posting a $1-million (U.S.) bond. The victim is named in the court filings as Andrea Constand, she is one of more than 50 women who have come forward to accuse Mr. Cosby of assaulting them. In most of those cases, though, the statute of limitations has passed.
Guest Criminal lawyer Joe Neuberger talks to Lorne Honickman about the case and what to expect.