Bill Cosby arrived at a Philadelphia court on Monday morning where he will be sentenced following his April conviction for sexual assault.
The 81-year-old comedian could face up to 30 years behind bars, though state guidelines suggest something more along the lines of one to four years. He could also only receive probation.
Montgomery County Judge Steven T. O’Neill will oversee the hearing, which could run into Tuesday. The judge will also determine whether or not Cosby will be classified as a sexually violent predator.
Cosby's accuser, Andrea Constand, tweeted a Bible verse first thing Monday morning, writing, "Be wrathful, but do not sin; do not let the sun set while you are still angry; do not give the Devil an opportunity."
Bill Cosby was convicted in April of drugging and molesting Constand at his home in 2004. She is one of several women to have levied similar accusations against the actor over the years.
He has maintained that the sexual relationship between him and Constant was consensual.