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His case is coming up for retrial.
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The retrial raised questions about the credibility of one of the prosecution’s witnesses, a point that Mathew emphasized in his petition to the CCRC.
PHILADELPHIA — With the withdrawal of his lead counsel, Bill Cosby may want to seek a delay in his retrial, now scheduled to start on Nov. 6, according to legal experts who have been tracking the case.
A federal appeals court dismissed and ordered retrial on all charges but obstruction.
The judge did not set a date for the retrial, but scheduled a status hearing for September 1, according to Reuters.
The trial was such a media carnival that the U.S. Supreme Court eventually ordered a retrial, and Sheppard was ultimately acquitted.
A judge has set the retrial for Andrea Constand's case against Bill Cosby for November 6 of this year.
Idaho’s highest court on Monday stood by its decision to order a retrial of one of two brothers accused in a double murder 34 years ago in north-central Idaho.
But the retrial of Tonya Lucas, whose conviction and six life sentences were overturned two years ago after arson investigation methods used in the case were discredited, landed her back in a courtroom Thursday morning to recount the experience.
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: a second trial in a court of law in order to make a new judgment on a case that has been judged before
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