The process in day one of jury selection Monday in the Bill Cosby sex assault case in Pittsburgh moved at a rapid pace.
Five jurors were picked, three men and two women, all white. Judge Steven O’Neill ruled that the names of the jurors will not be made public. The process will continue Tuesday in an effort to find seven more jurors to impanel 12 members on the jury. Six alternates will be picked. The jury will decide Bill Cosby’s fate for allegedly sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his Cheltenham Township home in 2004. Cosby is accused of spiking a drink with some sort of sedative to render Constand helpless. He then allegedly carried out a sex assault on the former Temple University employee.