The embattled actor and comedian Bill Cosby is currently in a Pennsylvania court to see if he will face criminal charges stemming from Andrea Constand's 2004 civil suit. Constand initially tried to pursue of criminal charges, but when that failed she filed a civil suit against Cosby instead.
Cosby was deposed in the civil suit, under the condition that that he would not be criminally prosecuted. Today, a judge will decide whether this deal, made by former District attorney Bruce Castor, more than a decade ago is legally binding. The agreement was never put in writing.
Laurie Levenson, professor at Loyola Law School, joins the show for more.