Jerry Sandusky Trial
People from near and far came to Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte to listen in on closing arguments Thursday morning and they weren’t just watching the attorneys who were speaking.
Had Jerry Sandusky took the stand, a bomb shell could have been delivered in court. Sara Ganim, of the Patriot-News, reports that Jerry Sandusky’s adopted son, Matt, says he was sexually abused by Sandusky and was prepared to testify to that.
Testimony concluded in the Jerry Sandusky trial without the defendant taking the stand. Criminal defense attorney Matt McClenahen says it’s hard to say if Sandusky’s attorney made the right decision.
KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino was joined on NewsRadio1020 KDKA by John M. Phillips, NFL Agent and Sports Attorney. Phillips hosts his own legal sports radio show “Courts and Sports.”
Jerry Sandusky was charged in November with child sexual abuse and just seven months later, the former Penn State assistant football coach is already on trial. The trial is expected to last three weeks, but is moving quickly through the prosecution’s roughly two dozen witnesses.