Judge in child abuse scandal donated to charity, and volunteered there
Key Excerpts from Article on Website of Washington Post/Associated Press
Posted: November 22nd, 2011
A judge who granted unsecured bail to former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky also donated money to the charity he founded. The charity is at the center of child sex-abuse charges against Sandusky. District Judge Leslie Dutchcot gave money to The Second Mile in 2009 and volunteered for the group, according to annual reports and her web page. The charitys 2009 annual report says Dutchcot and her husband donated between $500 and $999 to The Second Mile. Dutchcot didnt immediately respond to a question about whether shell recuse herself from the case because of those past ties. The judge set bail for Sandusky at $100,000 but he did not have to post collateral. The Attorney Generals office declined to say if prosecutors would ask Dutchcot to recuse herself from Sanduskys preliminary hearing.
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