Attorneys for Tim Curley and Gary Schultz argued against state prosecutors in front of Dauphin County's President judge Thursday.
The defense attorneys are trying to convince the judge to do three things: Order the Commonwealth to turn over all investigatory notes in the Jerry Sandusky case, dismiss the perjury charge and dismiss the failure to report charge on the basis that the statute of limitations has expired.
Prosecutors are fighting the statute of limitations argument. They filed a motion Wednesday saying it is their position it has not expired The judge told the defense they have 10 days to file a response, then an evidentiary hearing will be held on the motion to quash that count.
Attorneys for Schultz and Curley told the judge the perjury charges do not apply because their clients testified to their personal characterization about what they were told regarding a 2001 incident, in which Mike McQueary explained how he saw a boy in the shower with Jerry Sandusky doing something sexual in nature.
The judge gave no indication when he would rule on the issues addressed