HARRISBURG - Jerry Sandusky is getting some of the information his lawyers sought through subpoenas, but the judge isn't allowing the broad requests for all information related to accusers in his child sex-abuse case.
Judge John Cleland issued an order Thursday giving the former Penn State assistant football coach access to documents regarding his conduct from a charity for at-risk youths. The Second Mile also is being directed to give Sandusky complaints about his misconduct or "inappropriate actions."
The judge says Juniata College has to provide a Sandusky background investigation for a coaching job. The college is able to black out references to the names of those who were interviewed.
The order comes a day after oral argument on the subpoenas. Cleland didn't rule on a defense request for a trial delay.