Bill Cosby returned to court Tuesday, for a conference on his sexual assault retrial.
Unlike last time, the jury will be chosen from Montgomery County (Pennsylvania), where the trial is being held, and not from Pittsburgh.
Cosby's original legal team convinced the judge in the first trial to pick a jury made up of Pittsburgh residents, arguing that would allow for a more diverse group. But now, Judge Steven T. O'Neill says he believes "We have great potential jurors in this county."
Cosby arrived in court with his new lead attorney, Tom Mesereau -- the same attorney who defended Michael Jackson against child molestation charges.
In Cosby's first trial, jurors could not reach a verdict and declared a mistrial in May after 52 hours of deliberations.
Both lawyers from Cosby's original defense team withdrew from the retrial.
The retrial is set to begin in November.