Judge John Cleland pressed Sandusky attorney Al Lindsay about whether there is sufficient basis for him to allow an evidentiary hearing now.
A Pennsylvania judge is considering whether to order a hearing at which Jerry Sandusky's lawyers could question witnesses about defense claims that the former Penn State assistant football coach was unfairly convicted of child molestation. Judge John Cleland didn't say when he would rule. On Monday,...
Judge John Cleland will hear arguments Monday from prosecutors and Jerry Sandusky's attorneys as the former coach seeks to prove he was wrongly-convicted
Prosecutors said they would not appeal a ruling that threw out some criminal charges against three former Penn State administrators related to their handling of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.
Only the arrest of Penn State pervert Jerry Sandusky convinced an upstate sex abuse victim to end decades of silence about his own abuse.
In a previous BrainBlogger article, I discussed the profile of the pedophile, Jerry Sandusky. Here, I outline essential criteria used to confirm or disconfirm who may be a violent sex offender (VSO). The above determination is far from an exact science. However, there are some criteria and psychometric tools that demonstrate solid validity and reliability. […]
Jerry Sandusky is being sued by another one of his alleged victims -- a man who claims the disgraced former Penn St. football coach abused him in 2009... TMZ Sports has learned. The accuser -- who filed his lawsuit under the name "John Doe"…
A judge dismissed a suit against Penn State by the former assistant coach Jay Paterno and another former assistant, who said they were unfairly linked to the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal.
A judge cleared the way for the former Penn State president Graham Spanier to pursue a defamation lawsuit against Louis J. Freeh for a report critical of Spanier for his handling of the Jerry Sandusky case..
Pennsylvania’s state pension system will send Jerry Sandusky a $211,000 check next week to cover payments going back to when it illegally stopped his retirement benefits after he was sentenced for child molestation.
Pennsylvania’s state government pension system will send Jerry Sandusky a $211,000 check next week.
Former assistant football coach of Penn State University, Jerry Sandusky, who was charged and convicted of multiple counts of sexual abuse of children is set to receive back payments worth more than $211K. According to the AP, the former Penn State coordinator is going to receive $211,000 in back payments from the Pennsylvania government after they wrongly cut […]
You could hardly open a Pennsylvania newspaper in 2012 without running into a story about the prosecution of sexual predators or their enablers. The case of Jerry Sandusky, the Penn State football coach convicted of abusing 10 boys, was all over the headlines. Show More Summary
The Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal has cost Penn State far more than was previously reported—and the university could still dish out more. Though the school previously reported paying out almost $60 million to 26 victims, a financial audit for the 2015 fiscal year ending June 30 shows Penn...
Penn State settled with six more victims or accusers of the former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, according to a new audit that puts the university’s total payout in the child sex abuse scandal at nearly $93 million.
The shocking dollar figure - up from the original $60 million - was made public at the same time it was revealed Penn State could still face claims from six or more alleged victims, NBC News is reporting.
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Convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky is getting his pension back. A Pennsylvania appeals court ruled Friday that the former Pennsylvania State University assistant football coach has been due his benefits since the state withdrew them when he was sentenced to prison three years ago, The Associated Press reported. Show More Summary
The state of Pennsylvania must restore the pension of the former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky that was taken away three years ago, when he was sentenced to prison after being convicted of child molestation, a court ordered Friday.
Former Penn State football assistant coach and convicted child sex abuser Jerry Sandusky is entitled to receive his full $4,900 Pennsylvania state pension because the crimes for which his pension was revoked were not committed while he was a public employee, a court ruled Friday. Show More Summary