Joseph Amendola—the attorney representing Jerry Sandusky—argued in court (again) Wednesday that the charges against his client stem from accounts that are either too vague or based on unidentified victims and, thus, should be thrown out. A Widener University law professor who has been following the case closely says that Amendola presented legitimate arguments and that it’s possible that victims 2, 6 and 8 could be gone from the case. [Philly.com]
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