A judge has ruled that Bill Cosby is a "sexually violent predator".
"He seemingly thinks that he hasn't done anything wrong". Steele said, his voice rising.
Cosby's lawyers asked for house arrest in lieu of imprisonment, citing his age and health.
"The suggestion that Mr. Cosby is risky is not supported by anything other than the frenzy", Green said, as demonstrators gathered outside the courthouse. "Eighty-one-year-old blind men who are not self-sufficient are not a danger, unless perhaps to themselves".
The classification means that Cosby must undergo monthly counseling for the rest of his life and report quarterly to authorities.
If he must serve time, he could be taken into custody immediately after the judge pronounces the sentence.
Prosecutors are asking for five to 10 years in prison.
He urged a five- to 10-year prison sentence. Judges are allowed to issue sentences beyond those guidelines.
Monday's hearing also featured victim impact statements from Constand, her parents and her sister. Constand, whose testimony at trial was central to the case against Cosby, spoke for just a few moments in court. The jury heard me. "All I'm asking for is justice as the court sees fit".
"The behaviors are beyond their controls, so they are urged to act on it".
He's gone from "The Cosby Show" to "Predator".
"It is possible he has already met someone who could be a future victim", she said.
Cosby's lawyers had fought the "sexually violent predator" designation, arguing that Pennsylvania's sex-offender law remains unconstitutional despite several revisions.
Bill Cosby doesn't plan to make a statement in court before he's sentenced for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman.
Cosby arrived at the courthouse in Norristown, Pennsylvania, walking with a cane.
Cosby did not testify at the trial and has spoken publicly only infrequently since his criminal trial began.
Prosecutors have argued that the nature of Cosby's crime as well as his alleged history of misconduct warrant a lengthy prison term.
"Mr. Cosby's frustration got the better of him and he used a name towards Mr. Steele he shouldn't have", Green said.
Cosby's attorneys are planning to appeal the guilty verdict.
The decision is ultimately up to O'Neill, who oversaw Cosby's 2018 retrial, as well as his mistrial a year earlier that ended in a hung jury.
"Your honor, I have testified", Constand said. "The victims cannot be unraped, all we can do is hold the perpetrators responsible".
Andrea Constand's father, Andrew, told the court: "The thought of what happened to my daughter. will always be with me forever like a dark cloud hanging over my head".
The District Attorney's office said that while it was part of the deal merging the counts, they sought to go to "the high end". O'Neill last week denied the motion, calling it untimely and "wholly without merit", court records show.
On Monday, Foley testified that given Cosby's 30-year penchant for "non-consenting women", she was unable to say whether or not he was done preying on women.