Sandusky attorney says more time wouldn’t have changed strategy
(MCT) — BELLEFONTE, Pa. — Joe Amendola, the lawyer representing Jerry Sandusky, had a mission in the months leading up to the trial — get the prosecutors in his client’s case to turn over as much information in their case as possible in the hope of raising doubt about the victims’ accusations.
Amendola got more than 9,400 pages of documents during the discovery process — plus another 2,100 from subpoenas and 674 pages of grand jury transcripts. All told, he amassed a collection of 12,000 copies.
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