Former Penn State Coach to be Sentenced for Child Sex Abuse Tomorrow
(KCEN) -- Convicted sex offender Jerry Sandusky will be back in court tomorrow.
The former Penn State assistant football coach will be sentenced on 45 counts of child sex abuse.
Sandusky has spent the last three months in a jail cell, busy writing a detailed document that he is convinced will be the key to his appeal.
His attorney, Joe Amendola, says that while Sandusky admits he made some bad decisions, he is innocent of all the charges against him.
Amendola said, "Jerry has always said his mistake was using bad judgment. And doing some of the things that led up to the accusations, shower with kids. He said he should have realized that was not the thing to do. But he has always maintained and still maintains his innocence."
Sandusky will speak in his own defense tomorrow, reading part of that document he's been working on.