The alleged victims' names had not been disclosed in the grand jury report. So Sandusky's attorney, Lawyerin' Joe Amendola, has asked for them, and the Pennsylvania Attorney General's office filed a court document yesterday stating it will provide them to the defense by the end of the week.

Amendola has also requested times, locations, and other details about the allegations, but prosecutors are prepared to argue that information has already been disclosed. According to the Associated Press, a hearing is scheduled for Feb. 10 to iron out the dispute.