Sandusky Resentencing Postponed

The resentencing of Jerry Sandusky has been pushed back again.

The former Penn State assistant football coach was supposed to be resentenced on his child sexual abuse conviction Friday.

However, the judge has now pushed it back to November 22 after lawyers on both sides filed a joint request to do so.

Sandusky is currently serving a 30 to a 60-year prison sentence.

A state appeals court ruled that sentence was improperly applied.

4 comments

  • catman5308@yahoo.com

    just keep wasting taxpayer money on guilty predators, nice going. put him in general population, and look away for 5 minutes!

  • George Lamprinos

    Just watch. Improper sentence guidelines means the re sentencing will be “time served”. The hearing is on the 22nd so he’ll be a free man by Christmas.

  • Roger

    Oh great what are they going to resentence him so he can get out? Well if that happens, maybe Pennstate will rehire him to put some of what he learned in the prison showers to use in theirs.

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