The 72-year-old former Penn State president was sentenced to serve at least two months in jail before serving two months of house arrest with electronic monitoring.
Spanier's defense had previously argued he wasn't fit to serve jail time after undergoing heart surgery in 2019 and battling advanced prostate cancer.
"Many people have commented positively. How much difference it makes remains to be seen. More people will recognize a wrongful conviction. We cling to the hope that the court will."
A judge will hear arguments next month about whether former Penn State President Graham Spanier should begin serving a two-month county jail sentence for his conviction on a child endangerment charge.
Sandusky's hearing will be conducted virtually through a video conference.
The court questioned whether Spanier was convicted under a 2007 law for actions that occurred in 2001.
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