New Judge Brought in to Hear Second Mile Charity Case
A judge from outside the State College area is now handling a request by the children's charity that Jerry Sandusky founded to transfer its assets to another organization and shut down.
Pennsylvania court officials say Judge William F. Morgan was assigned to the case last week. Morgan is a senior judge from Warren and Forest counties, a largely rural area northwest of the area where The Second Mile charity and Penn State University are based.
Sandusky, a former defensive coordinator for Penn State's football team, is awaiting sentencing after being convicted last month of 45 criminal counts. The Second Mile wants to turn over its assets to Houston-based Arrow Child & Family Ministries Inc., but lawyers for some Sandusky victims are opposed.
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