Superior Court will hear oral argument Tuesday in Wilkes-Barre as former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky seeks a new trial. Here's what his lawyer and the attorney general's office will debate:
PROMPT COMPLAINT: Did the judge make a mistake when he did not give jurors a defense-requested instruction about the failure of some of the victims to report their abuse in promptly?
SANDUSKY TESTIMONY: Did the prosecutor cross a line when he referred to a Sandusky TV interview, raising questions in jurors' minds about why he did not take the stand in his own defense?
SPEEDY TRIAL: Did Sandusky's lawyers have ample time to prepare for trial, given that prosecutors turned over about 9,000 pages of documents?
CHARACTER EVIDENCE: Did the judge err when he told jurors that character evidence should be weighed along with the other evidence in the case?
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