Judge denies state’s request to halt Sandusky subpoenas
A judge is ruling against the state of Pennsylvania’s request to halt subpoenas in the prosecution of former Penn State football coach and accused child rapist Jerry Sandusky. He’s charged with over 50 counts of child sexual abuse involving at least ten young boys.
Sandusky’s attorney Joe Amendola is trying to subpoena school and police records of Sandusky’s alleged victims. This ruling only includes the state’s request. Several of the school districts and organizations involved are also asking the judge to stop the subpoenas.
Meanwhile, Joe Amendola defends the subpoenas, saying the information is vital as he prepares for trial. The 68-year-old Sandusky remains under house arrest.