Penn State University News

Penn State's insurance co. files for declaratory relief; says university not entitled to coverage in abuse claim

By Jon Campisi | Feb 3, 2012

A Blue Bell, Pa.-based insurance company has filed for declaratory relief against Pennsylvania State University relating to a case in which a purported victim of accused child molester Jerry Sandusky filed a civil suit against the former assistant football coach in state court.

Prosecutors in Sandusky case file motion seeking out-of-county jurors

By Jon Campisi | Feb 3, 2012

Prosecutors working the upcoming child molestation trial of former Pennsylvania State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky have requested that out-of-county jurors be chosen to decide Sandusky’s fate, citing the enormous publicity surrounding the case.

First lawsuit filed against Penn State in child molestation case

By Jon Campisi | Nov 30, 2011

The first civil action arising out of the Pennsylvania State University child sex-abuse scandal has been filed in state court.

Sandusky breaks silence in Penn State scandal; lawyers question move to allow accused to speak out

By Jon Campisi | Nov 16, 2011

In the latest development in the Penn State University child sex-abuse scandal, accused former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky finally broke his silence, proclaiming his innocence to NBC’s Bob Costas.

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