Day: June 18, 2012

Senior Ticket Sale: Initial Scare Ends up Being Non-Factor

An incorrect link initially caused panic for Penn State seniors attempting to buy football tickets this morning; however, the problem should be resolved going forward for the rest of the week.

Afternoon Cut Short by Technical Issues

The afternoon of day five got started with an assortment of short testimonies from various people who have interacted with Jerry Sandusky over the last couple decades.

The Prosecution Rests on Day Five

The prosecution called their final witness this morning, as Victim 9's mother took the stand. Sandusky approached Victim 9's mother during a Second Mile camp and said that he was interested in "hanging out" with Victim 9 outside of the camp. "I thought it was great. It was Jerry Sandusky. He's a very important person," she said.

Prosecution Drops One Charge

After a three day recess, court resumed Monday morning in Bellefonte. Proceedings began with arguments from both sides, after the defense asked for most of the 52 charges to be dropped, citing lack of evidence after hearing from all of the known alleged victims.

All Eyes Turn to Defense: Possible Witnesses

It took less than a week for the prosecution to present its case to the Centre County jury. On Monday, Joe Amendola and the rest of his defense team are expected to begin the play of their legal hand.

Jerry Sandusky Trial: What is Histrionic Personality Disorder?

The prosecution in the Jerry Sandusky trial is expected to rest its case this morning. One of the first objectives for the defense will be proving that Sandusky suffers from Histrionic Personality Disorder.