Former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky’s attorney wants all the charges against his client to be dismssed.
Joseph Amendola have argued that some of the charges are so general and non-specific in the pre-trial motion. He also said that the defense cannot be prepared for them, and in addition, he argued that the statue of limitrations have run out on charges for eight of the 12 alleged victims.
Amendola also argued that charges for one alleged victim, who is unidentified, cannot be sustained. His argument is that the charges were based on the testimony of former assistant coach Mike McQueary.
There were no indication from Judge John M. Cleland on the latest motions. Jury selection is expected to begin on May 14th.
The defense wants more time to continue to interview witnesses and prepare experts. Cleland denied a request to move the May 14th date back on February 29th.
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