Sandusky to be sentenced; prosecutors, lawyers scheduled to meet
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- One day ahead of sentencing, attorneys in the Jerry Sandusky case will meet with the judge.
Monday prosecutors and Sandusky's lawyers are scheduled for a private meeting. They'll discuss matters related to the two court sessions Tuesday.
The first is a hearing to determine whether he's a violent sexual predator and the second will be the formal sentencing where Sandusky will learn his punishment.
The former Penn State University assistant football coach was found guilty on 45 counts of child sex abuse.
He faces life in prison.