Graham Spanier and his lawyer, Elizabeth Ainslie, enter the Dauphin County Courthouse for a pretrial hearing in 2013. Spanier won a ruling Tuesday that said he can continue his defamation case against Louis Freeh after his criminal trial.
Graham Spanier and his lawyer, Elizabeth Ainslie, enter the Dauphin County Courthouse for a pretrial hearing in 2013. Spanier won a ruling Tuesday that said he can continue his defamation case against Louis Freeh after his criminal trial. CDT file photo
Graham Spanier and his lawyer, Elizabeth Ainslie, enter the Dauphin County Courthouse for a pretrial hearing in 2013. Spanier won a ruling Tuesday that said he can continue his defamation case against Louis Freeh after his criminal trial. CDT file photo

Ex-Penn State president Graham Spanier wins ruling that delays defamation suit vs. Louis Freeh

February 25, 2014 09:19 PM

UPDATED February 26, 2014 09:04 AM

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