HARRISBURG, Pa. – Pennsylvania prosecutors are altering the descriptions of the child sexual abuse counts against Jerry Sandusky, but they aren’t adding or withdrawing any charges.
The attorney general’s office on Friday filed an amended bill of particulars and amended “criminal information” documents after the presiding judge gave his permission.
The motion says the prosecutors’ goal is to “clarify and update the dates, locations and other conduct.”
The 68-year-old former Penn State defensive coordinator awaits a June 5 trial on 52 criminal counts, for alleged sexual abuse of 10 boys over 15 years.
He has repeatedly denied the allegations.