Sandusky Jury Reaches Verdict

    BELLEFONTE, PA - JUNE 6: Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky (R) and Joe Amendola, attorney for Jerry Sandusky (L), enter the Centre County Courthouse as the second day of jury selection begins in his child sex abuse trial on June 6, 2012, in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. Sandusky is charged with 52 criminal counts of alleged sexual abuse of children. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

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    Less than two days after deliberations began, the jury in the Jerry Sandusky trial has reached a verdict. It's expected to be read late Friday night, though press personnel in court are restricted from sharing the decision until court is officially adjourned. Sandusky, a former coach at Penn State, faces 48 charges relating to sexual assault against minors. In an unguarded moment on Friday, Sandusky's own attorney acknowledged the long odds of an acquittal: Joe Amendola said he’d be shocked that he’d “die of a heart attack” if his client were to beat all of the charges. 

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