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Sandusky Trial May be Moved to Harrisburg

<FONT size=2>Sandusky is now free on $250,000 bail and is&nbsp;</FONT>due back in a Centre County court on January 11th.<BR>

PENNSYLVANIA - The Jerry Sandusky trial may be moved to Harrisburg.

Officials say the city may be better able to accommodate the logistics surrounding the trial.

Sandusky is now free on $250,000 bail and is due back in a Centre County court on January 11th.

In connection to the same case, lawyers for the two former Penn State officials who will be tried in connection to the scandal, believe their clients will be acquitted in court.

Former athletic director Tim Curley and former vice president, Gary Schultz, are charged with perjury and failure to report child sex abuse.

Assistant football coach Mike McQueary is the prosecution's key witness.

In his testimony Friday, McQueary said he reported the 2002 incident he witnessed in a locker room shower between Sandusky and a boy.

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