Criminal Practice

Surreal Nature of Sandusky Trial Takes Captivating Form During Witness Accounts

Anguish and Scrutiny:

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At the beginning of last week, a seemingly endless fleet of national media, local press, and everyone in between came to Bellefonte, Pa., for one of the most anticipated criminal prosecutions in recent memory.

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Originally appeared in print as Anguish and Scrutiny: For Observers, Surreal Nature of Sandusky Trial Takes Captivating Form During Witness Accounts

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