Jerry Sandusky Scandal

May 23, 2013 8:30 AM

Graham Spanier’s defense team says Cynthia Baldwin’s testimony inadmissible

The lawyers defending Graham Spanier have asked a judge to dismiss the charges against the former Penn State president, arguing that prosecutors’ evidence in the obstruction and perjury case is based on illegally obtained grand jury testimony from the university’s ex-general counsel.

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  • Former Penn State administrators 'turned their backs' on child sex abuse, AG says

    Pa. AG Josh Shapiro spoke following the Graham Spanier verdict in Harrisburg. Spanier, Penn State's former president, was found guilty of misdemeanor child endangerment and not guilty of conspiracy. Former Penn State athletic director Tim Curley and vice-president Gary Schultz pleaded guilty to child endangerment.