The Dauphin County judge presiding over the perjury case of former Penn State administrators Tim Curley and Gary Schultz has scheduled a court date and deadlines for pretrial motions. Curley and Schultz are expected to be in court in Harrisburg for a status conference on June 1.
A catch-all pretrial motion is to be filed before July 30, and the prosecution will have two weeks to respond.
The order from President Judge Todd A. Hoover was filed Thursday.
Curley and Schultz are charged with lying to a grand jury about what they knew of a shower incident in 2002 involving former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky and a boy. They’re also charged with failing to report the alleged abuse.
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Curley is on administrative leave as athletic director while Schultz, who came out of retirement to be senior vice president for business and finance, re-retired from the position.
Both men have maintained their innocence and have asked the judge to drop their cases.