If Jerry Sandusky is going to testify in his trial on over 50 charges of child sex abuse, today is likely to be the day as defense attorneys begin to wind up their presentation.
Whether he will take the stand is not clear, with his attorney, Joe Amendola, still giving nothing away as he entered the courthouse in Bellefonte, Pa., although he wasn’t joking, as he did Tuesday, about the trial resembling a soap opera, specifically “All My Children.
The child sex abuse trial of Jerry Sandusky will resume Wednesday with attention focused on whether the former Penn State defensive coordinator will take the stand. Wednesday is likely to offer the last opportunity for the defendant... Read Post
The defense for former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky rested their case on Wednesday and they did so without ever calling Sandusky to testify in his own child sex abuse trial. Earlier in the day lawyer Joe Amendo... Read Post