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Topic - Tom Farrell
One of the two charges against two Penn State administrators will likely be dismissed now that prosecutors have come forward to change by one year the date they allege former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky sexually assaulted a boy in the team's showers, legal experts said.
"Outsiders and the public and the media want to see a case as a reflection of something larger, but for the most part, it isn't - it's about the very peculiar detailed facts of that particular case, and things happen that outsiders don't understand because they don't know all the details," said Schultz's attorney, Tom Farrell.
"Based on the prosecution's own pleading, the statute of limitations is 10 years from the event," Tom Farrell, Schultz's lawyer, said in a statement Friday. "There is no dispute that the statute of limitations has expired on the failure to report count."