Sandusky lawyer: I would be shocked by acquittal
BELLEFONTE, Pa. — Jerry Sandusky's lawyer said Friday that he would be shocked and "die of a heart attack" if the ex-Penn State assistant football coach were acquitted on all counts.
The candid remarks by Joe Amendola lasted about 15 minutes inside the courtroom where Sandusky's trial began on June 11, but opened a wide window into the Sandusky's world as they waited for a verdict.
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In this courtroom sketch, Karl Rominger, left, attorney for Jerry Sandusky, right, listen as the testimony of Penn State assistant football coach Mike McQueary is reenacted at t...
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