PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Jury selection will begin Monday in Bill Cosby’s sexual assault retrial.
On March 30, the judge implied he might not let the jury hear about Cosby’s prior testimony.READ MORE: Biden's $1.9 Trillion Relief Bill Passes House, But Faces Senate Hurdle
In it, Cosby talked about giving quaaludes to women before sex. That’s a setback for prosecutors, who are trying to make him look like a serial predator.
The judge says he won’t make a decision on that until it’s brought up at the retrial.READ MORE: Moreno Valley Man Accused Of Trying To Bury Wife Alive At San Diego Beach
As many as five women will testify against Cosby.
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The retrial begins April 9.