About 100 more potential jurors are expected to show up for questioning Wednesday as attorneys select a jury in the case of Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football coach charged with child rape.
Nine jurors have already been chosen for the panel. The five men and four women include an engineer, a high school teacher, a doctor, a retired Penn State professor, a retired school bus driver and a Penn State student who works part-time for the university's athletic department.
About 220 potential jurors reported for duty Tuesday, after the court whittled the number to about 600 based on answers to questionnaires sent to prospective jurors' homes. Of those, about half were sent home and asked to return Wednesday.FULL STORY