With jury selection just two weeks away, Bill Cosby’s retrial is already shaping up to be far from a rerun of his first criminal trial.

A Pennsylvania judge ruled March 15 that he will allow witness testimony from five women other than complainant Andrea Constand who have accused Cosby of assaulting them. At the first trial last year, the same judge allowed just one alleged victim to testify in addition to Constand.

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