STATE COLLEGE, Pa., March 21 (UPI) -- Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is entitled to information on the men who have accused him of child sexual abuse, a judge says.
In his ruling Tuesday, Centre County Court Judge John Cleland ordered prosecutors to turn over the names, addresses, telephone numbers and juvenile arrest records of the alleged victims, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported. He said that did not include records for drug crimes or alcohol abuse.
Cleland gave prosecutors a week to present arguments on why Sandusky's attorneys should not have access to psychological evaluations of the men.
Sandusky denies molesting boys. His attorney, Joseph Amendola, has suggested the alleged victims concocted the abuse story.
The case is scheduled to go to trial in May. Sandusky is under house arrest in State College, Pa.