Prosecutors in the Jerry Sandusky case have already provided the defense with a "bill of particulars" that outlines a specific list of the allegations, including dates and locations. Sandusky's lawyer, Joe Amendola, was back in front of a judge today to argue that he still needs even more detail to help prepare his defense in time for the trial, which is scheduled to begin May 14. And if that demand is not met, Amendola told the judge, a motion would be filed to request that the case be dismissed:
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