The judge in Bill Cosby's retrial has pushed back the opening statements to at least April 9, a source close to the case told CNN Friday.
Jury selection will go on as planned Monday.
Cosby, 80, faces a retrial on three charges of aggravated indecent assault in the alleged drugging and assault of Andrea Constand in 2004 at his home outside Philadelphia. He has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
His first trial ended in a hung jury in June.
- Opening statements pushed back in Cosby retrial
- Jury seated in Bill Cosby retrial
- Who's who in Bill Cosby's retrial
- Andrea Constand's full victim impact statement about Bill Cosby's assault
- This ruling in Bill Cosby's retrial could undermine prosecutors' main witness
- For 11 days she stayed away. Today, Bill Cosby's wife attended his retrial for the first time
- Prosecutors' opening statement: 'Paul Manafort lied'