Former Penn State President Graham Spanier Loses Out on his Criminal Appeal from Sandusky Scandal
The casualties of the Jerry Sandusky scandal were broad in nature and affected so many people throughout the process.
Not only did it affect his victims for a lifetime, there were many others including administrators at Penn State that were swept up as well.
In the case of former Penn State President Graham Spanier, his wounds from this case according to authorities were self inflicted and specifically criminal.
Spanier was convicted of child endangerment stemming from the situations surrounding the Sandusky scandal and last week, he lost his appeal.
He has already served two months of house arrest and was scheduled to serve two more months for this conviction.
Although he lost his most recent appeal, Spanier and his lawyers are going to exhaust all legal options before he would accept the conviction.