"Tomorrow I gather my wits and we start thinking about sentencing," attorney Joe Mendiola told Anderson Cooper last night in his first interview after the jury announced a verdict 43 times finding Jerry Sandusky guilty of child sex abuse. The attorney argued he saw a path in the appeals process to get Sandusky out, and that he had "promised" Sandusky would testify and had to rescind that because of Sandusky's son's declaration that he too had been abused.
It's not going to be easy. Like "climbing Mount Everest," his own lawyer told the jury this morning. Eight accusers will testify against Jerry Sandusky, and tell the jury that he lavished gifts on them, groped them, had sex with the... Read Post
Jerry Sandusky reportedly regrets not taking the stand during his child sex abuse trial, according to a statement by his defense lawyer on Wednesday. The former Penn State assistant football coach’s attorney, Joe Amendola, announc... Read Post