Former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky briefly testified at a pretrial hearing Friday, telling the judge overseeing his child sex-abuse case that he believes a local jury would be as fair and unbiased as those from anywhere else in Pennsylvania.
Jerry Sandusky's lawyer filed court paperwork Wednesday arguing that jurors in his child sex abuse trial should be chosen from the community where he lives and suggesting that a trial delay might be the best way to address the intense publicity generated by the case.
Pennsylvania state prosecutors are seeking changes in Jerry Sandusky's bail conditions after getting complaints he's been watching children in a nearby schoolyard from the back porch of his home, where he's on house arrest awaiting trial on child molestation charges.
Penn State President Rodney Erickson says it "grieves" him when people refer to "the Penn State scandal" because he thinks it centers on just one person -- former football assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, who's accused of molesting boys.
Flickr user theseoduke The stunning allegations that a beloved icon of Penn State's football team has secretly been a serial molester who used his charity for children to find and groom new victims will undergo their first legal test Tuesday inside a picturesque rural Pennsylvania courthouse.