Jerry Sandusky Trial
Jerry Sandusky was sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison Tuesday morning after being found guilty on 45 of 48 charges in a child sexual assault case earlier this year.
People started gathering at the courthouse early Tuesday morning, hoping to get a seat for today’s sentencing. However, many were upset with what Jerry Sandusky had to say in court.
A day before Jerry Sandusky is being sentenced on 45 sex abuse charges, a three-minute recorded statement by Sandusky was aired on Penn State’s student-run radio station.
STATE COLLEGE (AP) — Emails show Penn State’s former president Graham Spanier agreed not to take allegations of sex abuse against ex-assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky to authorities but worried university officials would be “vulnerable” for failing to report it, a news organization has reported.
It was a bombshell that came out during the Jerry Sandusky trial, Sandusky’s adopted son claiming he too was allegedly abused. Now, there are more details in an interview police recorded with Matt Sandusky.
Jerry Sandusky wants out of isolation; he wants healthier food and says he has no intention of taking his own life. That is the word from Sandusky’s attorney.
SI Legal Analyst Michael McCann joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on Sportsradio 93-7 The FAN to talk about the trial of Jerry Sandusky, and where things go from here after the guilty verdict that came down this weekend.
Just days after the verdict, a juror from the Jerry Sandusky trial is speaking out about the trial and Gov. Tom Corbett is also talking about the case.
Without the victims coming forward and agreeing to testify, the fate of Jerry Sandusky may have been much different. So, what happens now for the young men who shared their stories?
Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was led away in handcuffs late Friday night after jurors convicted him on 45 of 48 child sex abuse counts.
Penn State University wants to “privately, expeditiously and fairly” compensate and address the concerns of victims abused by Jerry Sandusky, and it plans to reach out to their lawyers soon with more information, the school said in a statement Friday.
A Centre County jury delivered a guilty verdict on 45 of 48 counts against Jerry Sandusky in a child sex abuse trial Friday night.
The jury has found Jerry Sandusky guilty on 45 of 48 counts. His bond has been revoked and he was led away in handcuffs from the courthouse. In the case of unknown Victim 2, the victim identified by Mike McQueary, Sandusky was found not guilty of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, but guilty of indecent assault, unlawful contact with minors and endangering the welfare of a child with regard to victim.
Jerry Sandusky’s attorney, Joe Amendola, has been summoned by the judge hearing the case. At issue appears to be comments made by Amendola to reporters in the courthouse in a sort of impromptu news conference.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek talks to jury consultant and founder of Trial Consulting Enterprises, Mary Griffitts. They discuss the ongoing deliberation of the jury in the Jerry Sandusky case.