Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele is aiming to quash a subpoena served by former District Attorney Bruce L. Castor Jr., seeking information from the criminal investigation of Bill Cosby that took place while Castor was district attorney.

Steele filed a motion to quash Wednesday in Constand v. Castor. Castor had sought from Steele’s office all statements, transcripts and other recordings from 2004 and 2005 made by Andrea Constand, who has alleged Bill Cosby sexually assaulted her. It specifically asked for any statements made to Montgomery County detectives, Philadelphia Police, Cheltenham Police and Ontario Police.


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