Sandusky Recap: Details You May have Missed last Week
The judge in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse trial announced Friday that court will resume Monday at 9 a.m. The prosecution is expected to rest on Monday morning. The defense then takes over to present its case. Defense attorney Joe Amendola hinted during opening statements Monday that Jerry Sandusky himself may take the stand.
The prosecution called 8 alleged victims to the stand and 20 witnesses in all during the first week of testimony. While Newswatch 16 has provided updates in all of our newscasts this week, there is much more extensive coverage of the trial available here on wnep.com.
Throughout the week, wnep.com has provided detailed information about testimony inside the Sandusky courtroom as soon as the judge allows the media to send out updates. If you missed any of the reports this week, there are many details you didn’t hear on TV available through our articles online. Catch-up with the trial through this link and keep checking back every day as the trial continues for up to the minute reports from the courtroom as the Sandusky defense begins. You can also get the latest updates from Jon Meyer and Jim Hamill through twitter: @JonMeyerWNEP and @JimHamill