Ex-Penn State Prez, Pa. Spar Over Privilege In Sandusky Probe

Law360, Philadelphia (March 19, 2014, 3:55 PM EDT) -- The fight over whether former top Pennsylvania State University administrators should have charges stemming from the Jerry Sandusky scandal dropped because the university’s general counsel allegedly violated attorney-client privilege continued Wednesday, when a recent exchange between the school’s former president and the state was unsealed.

The state ripped former Penn State President Graham Spanier’s contention that general counsel Cynthia Baldwin had either testified about their confidential conversation or that he was misled into testifying to a grand jury without any representation, arguing that his filing was...
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