The trial of a Hoole man charged with 16 sexual offences, including 10 counts of rape, began on Tuesday (February 9).
Nicholas Crawshaw, 23, of West Street, denies allegations from a number of victims surrounding incidents between 2010 and 2015.
Crawshaw was first charged in August with six counts of rape and two of sexual assault, which allegedly took place on June 7 and June 14, 2015.
A further four charges, two of rape, one of assault by penetration and one of sexual assault, were brought against the 23-year-old regarding incidents in 2010.
Another allegation of rape was made against the 23-year-old from July 17, 2012.
Three more charges from 2012 have now also been added to the indictment, one of rape and two of assault by penetration, regarding incidents between February 28 and May 1.
All 16 counts relate to incidents which took place at locations in Chester .
Judge Tina Landale will sit for the trial, which is expected to last about three weeks at Warrington Crown Court .
Crawshaw, who has pleaded not guilty to all of the charges, will be defended by Mark Le Brocq and prosecuted by Simon Mills.