Courts are deliberating on whether Sandusky should have to comply with a restitution order.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

HARRISBURG (KDKA) — Convicted child molester and former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky might have received a $95,000 break from the state Superior Court, according to our news partners at The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

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The PG reports state judges sent his criminal case back to Centre County court to determine whether a restitution order is justified.

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The court agreed with Sandusky that prosecutors had not provided the required documented justification for imposing the $95,000 bill.

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At the same time, the Superior Court denied the 77-year-old’s plea to overturn his convictions for molesting multiple boys.