Assoc. Dean Oliver provides expertise to New York Times about Crosby
Associate Dean Wes Oliver was interviewed by The New York Times about attorneys for Bill Cosby appeal of his conviction for sexual assault. Oliver spoke about the Montgomery County Judge Steven O'Neill's decision to allow several accusers to testify against Cosby and the legal hurdles that it will pose.
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