By Jim Melwert

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — Bill Cosby is due in court Monday for a pretrial hearing for a series of issues related to his retrial on sex assault charges in Montgomery County.

Cosby‘s first trial ended in a mistrial with a hung jury last June.

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In the lead up to that trial, prosecutors had asked 13 other Cosby accusers be allowed to testify at trial. The judge ruled they were allowed to bring in one.

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This time prosecutors are asking for 19 accusers be allowed to testify.

Cosby’s lawyers are asking to be allowed to present a witness who claims Cosby’s accuser, Andrea Constand, told her that she could make a lot of money by making a false claim that she had been drugged and raped.

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They’re also asking charges be thrown out as they say prosecutors can not meet their burden of proof to show the alleged incident happened within statute of limits.