A hearing for the former Penn State administrators who are facing perjury charges related to the Jerry Sandusky case is scheduled for July 11.
Tim Curley, who is on leave as athletic director at Penn State, and Gary Schultz, retired senior vice president, are accused of perjuring themselves before the grand jury investigating accusations of child sex abuse against Sandusky.
The order scheduling a hearing also says the state has until Aug 1 to provide the defense responses to discovery requests. Defense pre-trial motions have to be filed by Sept. 17.
Curley and Schultz maintain their innocence. They also face failure to report child abuse charges. The state accuses them of not properly reporting the 2001 shower incident when Mike McQueary said he walked in on Sandusky naked in a shower with a boy. McQueary said he told Joe Paterno about the incident, and later Curley and Schultz.
They've asked the court to drop the failure to report charges, arguing the 10-year limit for filing has passed.