Yesterday former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky waived his right to a preliminary hearing. He’s been charged with 27 felony counts of child sex abuse. Witnesses were to detail their versions of the alleged incidents, but Jerry Sandusky’s attorney said the hearing would have given Sandusky’s accusers a chance to publicly rehash allegations. Join us for a discussion of the latest developments in the Penn State case and its broader implications
editor, The Patriot-News
associate professor, Columbus School of Law The Catholic University of America
director of clinical services, Childhelp's Alice C. Tyler Village,a residential treatment center
filmmaker, currently directing a documentary on sex abuse in sports, "Coached Into Silence"
associate professor director, Sexual Behavior Consultation Unit Johns Hopkins University