A second school district in central Pennsylvania is asking the judge in Jerry Sandusky's criminal case to throw out a subpoena for information about one of his alleged victims.
Lawyers for the Mifflin County School District on Tuesday filed a motion to quash the defense subpoena, citing federal and state laws that govern disclosure of various school records.
The records pertain to the young man described in court records as "Victim 9." The school district said the records Sandusky is seeking include those that regard classroom achievement, discipline and mental health issues.
On Monday, the Keystone Central School District filed a similar motion regarding "Victim 1," and last week state prosecutors objected to the use of defense subpoenas. Sandusky's lawyers said they plan to respond in writing to the objections.