Judge: Time hasn’t run out for new charges against Sandusky

29 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Jerry Sandusky due in court in child sex-abuse conviction appeal.

BELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) — The judge handling Jerry Sandusky’s appeal is ordering Pennsylvania’s attorney general to provide him and the former Penn State assistant football coach’s lawyers any information she might have about possible leaks in the case by state prosecutors and a grand jury judge. — Jerry Sandusky was led by police officers into the Centre County courthouse this morning, wearing an orange Centre County Correctional Facility jacket and making his first appearance back to the same courtroom where he learned his fate three years ago. The hearing Thursday in a Centre County courtroom near State College concerns whether Sandusky’s lawyers can be allowed to subpoena witnesses and get access to emails between prosecutors and judges.

Sandusky’s hearing, one which permitted him to make the three-plus hour car ride from the State Correctional Institution at Greene, is in an attempt to seek a new trial. Anderson, who coached with Sandusky, filed a suit in Philadelphia earlier this month against Penn State, claiming the university owes him six months of wages and benefits.

Sandusky was asked on his way into the courthouse how life in prison is going and he shrugged his shoulders, raised his handcuffed hands and was led inside.

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