The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is set to hear Bill Cosby's appeal of his sexual assault conviction.
The court on Tuesday said it would hear Cosby's appeal and consider his complaints over a judge allowing five "prior bad acts" witnesses to testify against him during his trial and admitting deposition testimony from a civil suit, Variety reports. The court will additionally review whether an agreement not to prosecute Cosby was violated by the Montgomery County District Attorney's office.
Cosby was convicted in 2018 of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home in 2004, and he was sentenced to between three and 10 years in prison. His attorneys have argued the additional accusers shouldn't have been brought in to testify about Cosby allegedly assaulting them, saying that this "flips constitutional jurisprudence on its head."