University of Pittsburgh

John Burkoff on Allegedly Improper Use of Subpoenas in Sandusky Case

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April 29, 2012

Professor John Burkoff explained that a recent motion by the prosecution in the case against former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky is highly unusual.  In the motion, the prosecution accuses the defense of misusing subpoenas in ways that expose the names of victims, which the judge hearing the case ordered protected.  According to Professor Burkoff, "If the judge thinks they did this on purpose, he's going to be one irritated judge."  

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