Penn State Child Sex Abuse Scandal
Prosecutors in the Jerry Sandusky case have changed the timeline of a critical allegation in the case against the former assistant football coach and two former Penn State administrators.
First and foremost, the judge will hear arguments on a motion by Sandusky’s lawyer to dismiss the charges against his client.
As expected, Sandusky’s attorney makes the argument that many of the charges against the former Penn State assistant football coach involving ten alleged victims should be dismissed because, lacking precise dates and locations, they are “so general and non-specific that the defendant cannot adequately prepare a defense to those charges”.
Jerry Sandusky has asked a Pennsylvania court for permission to see his grandchildren. Sandusky’s bail conditions forbid him from having contact with anyone under 18.
The Penn State Board of Trustees announced a series of interim recommendations put in place after the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal at their regularly scheduled board meeting in State College.