NORRISTOWN, Pa. - Bill Cosby was back in a Montgomery County courtroom Tuesday morning.
Cosby's defense team and prosecutors are currently deciding which evidence can be used at his felony trial in June.
Cosby's defense team is arguing prosecutors are trying to build a case against him by rounding up dozens of accusers who's memories are "unreliable" and have been tainted by the media.
"I think that speaks to nothing," said civil rights attorney Gloria Allred who represents some of Cosby's accusers. "I'm older than most of those witnesses and I think I can still recollect quite a bit," she said.
Prosecutors say they hope some of the alleged victims can show the jury that Cosby had a pattern of "bad acts," and had a history of committing violations against women who were either drunk or drugged and couldn't give consent.
Both sides are scheduled to be back in court on Wednesday morning.
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