Jerry Sandusky was back in court Thursday morning in what turned out to be a very quick appearance. The hearing was held to discuss several issues, including Sandusky’s request to have the charges against him dismissed.
Two former Penn State administrators will stand trial on perjury charges for allegedly lying to a grand jury to cover up a child sex abuse scandal involving former Nittany Lions defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky.
Indicted former football coach Jerry Sandusky declined to face his alleged victims in court on Tuesday. However, that didn’t stop his attorney from challenging their credibility outside the courtroom by saying they may be engaged in collusion.
Moments after Jerry Sandusky waived his hearing this morning in Centre County, there was reaction from just about everyone including the attorneys for the alleged victims.
A preliminary hearing that was expected to last all day and include testimony from the alleged victims in the child sexual abuse case against Jerry Sandusky instead only lasted minutes.
KDKA Radio’s Mike Pintek was joined by Al Lindsay, attorney at Lindsay Law Firm and a former state and federal prosecutor, on Tuesday afternoon.
Jerry Sandusky, the retired defensive coordinator for Penn State’s football team, has waived his preliminary hearing today at a court in Centre County. The proceedings were set to get underway at 8:30 a.m. The hearing was set to come more than a month after officials filed dozens of child sexual abuse charges against Sandusky.
The other person at the center of the Penn State investigation is football coach Mike McQueary who allegedly saw Jerry Sandusky raping a boy in a locker room shower.
More than a month after officials filed dozens of child sex abuse charges against Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State defensive coordinator will get his day in court tomorrow.