Hearing Scheduled for Arguments To Delay Sandusky Victim 6 Lawsuit
A hearing has been scheduled to hear arguments about delaying the lawsuit filed by the victim who testified that Jerry Sandusky showered with him in 1998.
The hearing is set for 2:00 Tuesday afternoon in Philadelphia.
Lawyers for Penn State and The Second Mile have asked the judge to delay the suit, arguing in various court pleadings that the criminal prosecutions of former university leaders Graham Spanier, Tim Curley and Gary Schultz will prejudice the defense of the civil suit.
The university’s and charity’s lawyers want the judge to impose a stay until the criminal prosecutions are finished. Those cases could go to trial next year.
Penn State’s lawyers say that testimony from Curley and Schultz is critical to the university’s defense in the lawsuit. But both men won’t cooperate while they’re being prosecuted.
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