No new trial for former PSU president Spanier

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HARRISBURG — A judge on Wednesday denied former Pennsylvania State University President Graham Spanier’s request to throw out his jury conviction for child endangerment or order a new trial on charges arising from the school’s handling of a 2001 complaint about former assistant football coach football coach Jerry Sandusky.



Judge John Boccabella also gave former PSU vice president Gary Schultz and former athletic director Tim Curley permission for work release, if their plans meet jail rules.

Schultz and Spanier face two months in jail, while Curley was sentenced to three months behind bars. They’re scheduled to report to jail July 15. They were convicted of





Sandusky is appealing a 2012 conviction on 45 counts of child sexual abuse.



















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