Now that Jerry Sandusky has been convicted on 45 counts of child sexual abuse, what happens next?
The former Penn State defensive coordinator, for now, remains in isolation in the Centre County (Pa.) Correctional Facility on suicide watch as he awaits a psychological evaluation.
“He's anxious to be able to move around,” Karl Rominger, one of his lawyers, told the Patriot-News. “His exact quote to me: ‘I don’t think I’m suicidal. I’m dealing with this, but if I have to sit around in this cell for a few more days, I am going to go nutty.’ “
Sandusky is expected to be evaluated this week and, until then,. “has no interaction with other inmates,” Denise Ebell, the acting prison administrator, said Sunday. “Most of the time he’ll just sit on his bunk, and he basically looks at the wall or at the officer [guarding his cell].”
Sandusky, 68, is to be sentenced within 90 days and his lawyers say they will appeal the verdict.
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