NORRISTOWN, Pa. (CBS) -- Bill Cosby was back in a Norristown courtroom, as his attorneys argued the comedian cannot get a fair trial in Montgomery County.
Bill Cosby's attorney, Brian McMonigle told the judge Cosby can't get a fair trial anywhere as national and international media - in McMonigle's words – "decided to be judge juror and executioner of Cosby's reputation."
But best of a bad situation, McMonigle asked the trial be moved to another county.
The judge denied that motion, but did grant the more common change of venire, empaneling a jury in another county and bringing them here for the trial.
Prosecutors did not argue against the out-of-county jury as they say they just want to get this case to trial as quickly as possible.
The state supreme court will decide which county will supply the jury.
Cosby's trial is scheduled to start June 5, and the judge says those jurors will be sequestered.
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