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  • Can Camille Cosby be forced to testify against her husband? It’s murky.

    The Washington Post - 01/08/2016

    Under the rule, Camille Cosby would not have to discuss her private discussions with her husband, said Daniel Medwed, a law professor at Northeastern University School of Law.

    But, Medwed said, many other questions would be fair game.

    “Did you ever observe your husband engage in sex act with someone else? Did you observe him with Quaaludes?” he said about potential questions, explaining that the lawyer for the women could ask Camille Cosby whether “she observed him with drugs or saw a prescription bottle or a hotel receipt.”

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