Thursday, July 26

Penn State counsel’s role in Sandusky inquiry called into question

July 25, 2012|By Jeremy Roebuck, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER

Three top Pennsylvania State University administrators were each posed a question from prosecutors when they testified separately last year before the grand jury investigating Jerry Sandusky:

Do you have counsel with you today?
Then-university president Graham B. Spanier, athletic director Tim Curley, and vice president Gary Schultz each offered the same answer: Yes, Cynthia Baldwin, the university's general counsel.
But Baldwin has since maintained that she represented none of them and instead sat in on the proceedings on behalf of the university.

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