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September 24, 2018  

A Pennsylvania judge today will decide the fate of entertainment mogul and philanthropist Bill Cosby, who was convicted in 2004 of three counts of aggravated indecent assault. Whatever sentence Justice Steven O'Neill decides, Cosby's lawyers are expected to appeal. 

Meanwhile, a different legal drama is playing itself out in Washington, D.C, as hearings are being held for Brett Kavanaugh, President  Donald Trump's nominee to replace retired Associate Justice  Anthony Kennedy on the U.S. Supreme Court.

Kavanaugh, a Court of Appeals judge in Washington, D.C, is being hounded by claims from his college years that he sexually  assaulted several women, including one demanding to testify against him

Leid Stories discusses remarkable differences in the ways that the charges against Cosby and those against Kavanaugh have been, and are being, handled.

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