A three-judge Superior Court panel ruled Wednesday, barely two weeks after hearing oral arguments by a state prosecutor and lawyers for the former Penn State assistant football coach.
Sandusky said his lawyers didn't have enough time to prepare for trial, a prosecutor made improper references to Sandusky not testifying on his own behalf and the judge mishandled jury instructions. The attorney general's office said the convictions should stand.
The 69-year-old Sandusky is serving a 30- to 60-year prison sentence. His lawyer said he plans to seek a Supreme Court review.
More Sports Headlines
Seahawks' Chancellor reportedly seeking more money, may hold out UW coach Petersen not looking forward to Boise return Big humpy run forecast by experts D-backs rock Felix, sweep M's with 8-2 win South Snohomish advances to West Region semifinals AquaSox fall to Volcanoes 5-4 in 10 after late miscue M’s notebook: Cano sits with abdominal strain Report: Phillies agree to trade Hamels to Texas
Our new comment system is not supported in IE 7. Please upgrade your browser here.