Judge John Cleland pressed Sandusky attorney Al Lindsay about whether there is sufficient basis for him to allow an evidentiary hearing now.
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
Convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky, a former assistant football coach at Penn State University, returns to court on Thursday in his effort to get a new trial. Sandusky, 71, will seek to persuade Senior Judge John Cleland, who presided...Show More Summary
Judge John Cleland has ordered Jerry Sandusky, former Penn State assistant football coach, to be brought to court in Centre County from a state prison in Greene County so he can be present during the October 29th appeal hearing. Jerry Sandusky is appealing his 2012 conviction. Show More Summary
Jerry Sandusky isn’t getting a new trial, according to Judge John Cleland’s statement on Wednesday. Cleland rejected all post-trial petitions that were filed by Sandusky and his attorneys. Sandusky’s attorneys claimed that they didn’t have adequate time to prepare their case. CNN reports that the judge issued a 27-page petition, saying that the proceeding was [...]Show More Summary
By Adam S. Levy - Radar Staff Writer It's everybody else's fault, according Jerry and Dottie Sandusky. The convicted child molester and his wife, in just-released letters written to Judge John Cleland, prior to him handing down his sentence,...Show More Summary
While people usually ask the judge for leniency prior to their sentencing, Jerry Sandusky and his wife Dottie took a more unconventional approach. In letters sent Judge John Cleland following the former Penn State football coach's conviction, which were made public on Wednesday after Sandusky was sentenced to at least ... More »
By Radar Staff Pennsylvania Judge John Cleland sentenced former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky to 30 to 60 years years in prison Tuesday in connection with his conviction on 45 counts of child sexual abuse involving at least...Show More Summary
Photo via Huffington Post A judge in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania sentenced Jerry Sandusky to 30 to 60 years behind bars today. "The crime is not only what you did to their bodies,” Judge John Cleland said of the ten boys who the 68-year-old...Show More Summary
He’s been at the center of child sex abuse allegations for some time, and earlier today (October 9) Jerry Sandusky learned his fate. The former Penn State football coach was slapped with a 30-60-year sentence by Judge John Cleland as...Show More Summary
Jerry Sandusky, 68, will almost certainly spend the rest of his life in jail for his June conviction on 45 counts related to child sex abuse. Judge John Cleland, who sentenced the former Penn State University football coach Tuesday, made his intentions plain.
The words Sandusky spoke in court Tuesday morning fell flat as Judge John Cleland sentenced him to 30-60 years in prison.
A lawyer for Penn State's disgraced former assistant football coach is fighting a judge's order to reveal whom he spoke to about the case. Judge John Cleland ordered Jerry Sandusky's lawyers last month to give him sworn statements detailing...Show More Summary
A jury has informed Judge John Cleland it has reached a verdict on the 48 counts of child sex abuse against former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.
The jury reached a verdict tonight in the Jerry Sandusky trial. Sandusky just returned to the courthouse for the verdict tonight. Yahoo Sports reported: A jury has informed Judge John Cleland it has reached a verdict on the 48 counts … Continue reading ?
The jury considering the fate of former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky asked Judge John Cleland for to clarify some of his instructions late Friday afternoon, then returned to their deliberations. Read full article >>
Judge John Cleland said the evidence presented did not support the charges.
Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky watched on Thursday as the judge overseeing his case dropped 3 of the 51 child sex abuse charges brought against him. Judge John Cleland dropped one count of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and one count of aggravated indecent assault brought about by Victim 4 because there was insufficient evidence [...]Show More Summary
Judge Cleland told the jury that "poor judgment does not in and of itself amount to criminality"
Judge John Cleland dismissed two counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse related to the alleged sexual abuse of an accuser known as "Victim 4"