By Jim Melwert

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Another one of Bill Cosby’s lawyers is asking to step down from his defense team.

Los Angeles-based attorney Angela Agrusa has filed paperwork in Montgomery County Court requesting withdrawal from the case.

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Cosby’s other attorney, Philadelphia-based Brian McMonigle filed a motion to withdraw on August 1.

A pretrial conference is scheduled for August 22 to address who will represent Cosby at his re-trial.

Cosby has asked that hearing be pushed back to September 11th at the earliest, as his search for new attorneys continues.

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Prosecutors have filed a motion objecting to the proposed delay.

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Cosby’s re-trial is currently scheduled to begin November 6. It will likely be delayed with the change in attorneys.

The entertainer turned 80 last month. He is charged with drugging and molesting former Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his Elkins Park home in 2004.

 

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