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Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Judge Leete ‘disagrees’ with NCAA on attempt to question Curley

Senior Judge John Leete
By Lori Falce
lfalce@centredaily.com
Centre Daily Times

A judge has told the NCAA that its reasoning is flawed in an attempt to get a former Penn State administrator under oath.

Potter County Senior Judge John Leete filed an order Tuesday. In one document, he granted requests from both the NCAA and the estate of former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno to file documents under seal regarding the college sports oversight organization’s attempt to question former Penn State athletic director Tim Curley. At the same time, he shot down the motion.

“Of greater concern is the request to depose Mr. Curley,” Leete wrote. “All parties have been aware of the court-ordered discovery cutoff date of April 29, 2016. Defendants claim Mr. Curley’s circumstances warrant an exception to the discovery deadline. The court disagrees.”

The circumstances in question regard Curley’s criminal case. In 2016, the parties acknowledged an impasse on his testimony after Curley’s attorney said he would invoke the Fifth Amendment and not answer questions due to his ongoing trial on multiple charges in Dauphin County stemming from grand jury testimony on Jerry Sandusky’s child sex abuse case.

Read more here: http://www.centredaily.com/news/local/education/penn-state/jerry-sandusky/article145491599.html#storylink=cpy

5 comments :

Anonymous said...

His judgement is questionable. But the law is the law.

Anonymous said...

His judgment is just fine!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like leete doesn't want him to talk !

Anonymous said...

"Just Fine" may be appropriate.

Anonymous said...

Judge Leete has great wisdom, knowkedge, & sharp discernment!!!
A deadline has to bet met, I doubt that he doesn't want Curly to talk!!!!