The jury has been selected in the trial of Jerry Sandusky.
All that's left, is to start the arguments.
Officials chose the remaining jurors Wednesday at the Centre County Courthouse in Bellefonte.
The jury will consist of seven women and five men along with four alternate jurors.
Many of them have ties to Penn State University where Sandusky was once employed.
The Penn State football assistant is accused of sexually abusing ten boys including at his home and at the university.
With a jury deeply rooted in Happy Valley some are wondering whether the seven women and five will deliver a fair verdict.
Many of the people we spoke with say a change of venue could have been the best way to ensure a fair trial.
Now some are hoping for the best.
When Jerry Sandusky walks into the Centre County courtroom on Monday his fate will be in the hands of five men and seven women.
"I think for the most part the jury system in our country is pretty fair," said Fogelsville resident William Deslatte. "People want to do the right thing when they're on the jury."
Does fair mean forgetting where you live and work?
Many of the jurors have ties to the blue and white.
A retired professor, a graduate, and even a student that currently works for the Penn State athletic department were picked to sit on the jury.
"There are a couple of people there who are from Penn State. So the first thought you might have would be oh their probably going to be biased," said Ned Strasbaugh of Bethlehem.
Others told 69 News they thought the trial should have pulled jurors from elsewhere.
Judge John Cleland knew that the pool of jurors would have ties to the Penn State area but he ruled against the prosecution's request for an out of county jury.
"They're going to all have their own baggage. Every person does," said George Witt of Bethlehem Township. "A lot of people take jury duty serious so you don't know how it's going to turn out."
He doesn't feel it will hamper the decision making for the 12.
"The defense attorney has to selecting the jurors as the prosecution. So he's gone through these people with a fine tooth comb and he's allowing these people to be there," said Deslatte.
The trial for Jerry Sandusky will start Monday morning. It is expected to last several weeks.