After many delays and last-minute requests for postponements, a Pennsylvania judge rules there is enough evidence to send Bill Cosby to trial on sexual assault charges from a 2004 case.

FOX's Gurnal Scott live from the Montgomery County courthouse: 

In the wake of district judge Elizabeth McHugh's decision, her last words to Bill Cosby were "good luck to you, sir" to which he replied "thank you."

Cosby has alleged as long as these allegations have lingered that the relationship between him and Andrea Constand was consensual. But the judge heard the alleged victim's statement and decided in court that there was enough to move forward with a jury trial.

What's next for Cosby is an arraignment hearing on July 20. It's then that he will enter a plea and a trial date will be set. If he is convicted, the 78-year-old entertainer could face up to 10 years in prison.

In Norristown, Pennsylvania, Gurnal Scott, FOX News.

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