BELLEFONTE (KDKA) – A judge in the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse case ruled that the defense’s request for more information about when and where the alleged crimes took place, would not add any detail to the case.
Sandusky’s lawyer Joseph Amendola said he plans to file a motion next week to have all the charges against his client dismissed.
On Monday, Amendola said he asked the judge to compel the prosecution to be more specific in offering dates and places for the alleged sex acts and that it is difficult to prepare a defense otherwise.
The prosecution has said the alleged victims have been as specific as they could be, given what they remember. The prosecutor says there’s a reason why his case has not offered more specifics.
The defense requested that If specific dates could not be provided, then details such as who Penn State played during a specific game or whether it was a home or an away game to help clarify dates.
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