The state dropped one of 52 counts against him because the law did no apply when the sex abuse took place. Prosecutors called their last witnesses, including two former coaches and a boy who participated in Sandusky's charity, The Second Mile. Sandusky met most of his accusers through his charity for at-risk children. The defense is expected to take just a few days to present Sandusky's side of the story. Sandusky and his wife may take the stand.
If convicted, the 68-year-old would likely spend the rest of his life in prison.