Date Set for Sandusky Resentencing

CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. -- Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach convicted of child sex crimes, will be resentenced next month.

Sandusky's resentencing is scheduled for Monday, September 23 in Centre County.

A jury convicted Sandusky seven years ago to at least 30 years in prison.

An appeals court ruled he was sentenced under an improper mandatory minimum.

Last month the State Supreme Court denied his attempt to win a new trial.

Sandusky turned 75 earlier this year.

6 comments

  • Rusty Knyffe

    This man should never see the light of day outside of a prison environment. He is a predator of the WORST kind. If he’s allowed to enjoy a shorter sentence and the rest of his ill-begotten life…..’nuff said.

  • Ram 8416

    I pray people won’t let it stand if he is resentenced to anything less then he has been given. 30 years isn’t anything for being a greasy pedophile.

  • George Lamprinos

    Let me guess….he will be sentenced to house arrest. Then immediately released because of “time served”.

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