As expected, Jerry Sandusky is not giving up on a new trial.
Late last month, Senior Judge John Cleland denied the post sentencing motions of the defense team, including their argument that they did not have enough time to prepare for the trial.
During cross examination last month, Amendola testified that his strategy probably wouldn’t have changed if the trial had been pushed back.
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In a 33 page legal brief filed yesterday,
McQueary is suing the university seeking 4 million dollars in punitive damages. He claims that he could not find another job coaching football due to
He is also accusing
A hearing on the universities arguments has been set for March 18 in the Centre County Courthouse.
Senator Jake Corman released a statement yesterday on the NCAA’s lawsuit which challenges a new
Corman argues that the suit will delay the money from positively impacting programs and services that assist child abuse victims in the state and the NCAA clearly misrepresents
He says in arguing that
Corman feels the lawsuit is an unfortunate power grab by the NCAA, who he feels is more concerned with its own reputation and not giving the money to those who need it the most.
Nearly 4000 people in
Customers lost power between 1:15 and 1:30. West Penn Power confirmed that power was restored to all customers by around 3pm.
There was also traffic accident at the intersection of
The State College Borough Public Works Tree crew will be removing a tree on the 1300 block of
Drivers and pedestrians are asked to use caution through the areas and be aware that minor delays are possible.
Suspended Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin and her sister Janine were found guilty on all but one count yesterday in an Allegheny County Courthouse.
Both sisters were found guilty of felony counts of theft of services as well as criminal conspiracy, and one count each of misappropriation of state property.
They were charged with conspiring to use Orie Melvin’s former Superior Court staff and the legislative staff of another sister, former Senator Jane Orie, to run campaigns for the Supreme Court in 2003 and 2009.
Jane Orie is currently serving 2 ½ to 10 ½ years in prison for her conviction on illegally using her staff to work on her own campaigns.
Bellefonte has reached a tentative agreement on the final property for its waterfront project. According to the Centre Daily Times, the agreement was made during a mediation hearing in
Borough officials would like to see those properties along spring Creek between High Street and
Borough manager Ralph Stewart told the CDT that the acquisition will not use tax dollars, but will be paid for by a private loan and a bulk water fund.