Judge yet to rule on how much pretrial information Sandusky gets

    Pennsylvania state prosecutors and Jerry Sandusky’s lawyers are headed to court to argue before a judge about how much information he should get in advance of his trial on child sexual abuse charges.

    The hearing this morning at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte concerns the “bill of particulars” that Sandusky has received.

    Update, 3 p.m. Arguments have been made, but Judge John Cleland will not immediately decide how much information Sandusky will get. Cleland did not indicate when he’ll rule.

    Sandusky lawyer Joe Amendola says he needs more specific information about where and when alleged crimes occurred and the names of people who were present or nearby.

    The 68-year-old former Penn State defensive coordinator is on home confinement awaiting trial in mid-May on 52 criminal counts. He’s denied the allegations.

    His lawyer says Sandusky doesn’t plan to attend the hearing.

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