About 200 potential jurors were broken up in groups of 40 as they were brought into courtroom 2 in the Centre County Courthouse. This is where phase 2 of jury selection is being held for the Sandusky child sex abuse case.
The second phase got underway around 9:45 a.m.
About 40 residents were given an oath along with identification numbers.
Sandusky, along with Defense Attorney's Joe Amendola and Karl Rominger heard from potential jurors. Prosecutors from the Attorney Generals Office were also in the room. They included Frank Fina and Joseph McGettigan. The questioning was led by Senior Judge John Cleland.
Questions regarding relations to Penn State, law enforcement and The Second Mile were given.
Also, there were questions about whether people contributed to the University and The Second Mile was also given.
About two dozen prospective jurors had connections either through employment or as a fundraiser to Penn State or The Second Mile. Four people say they had careers in law enforcement.
Three say they know Sandusky personally.
The prosecution has more than 50 possible witnesses it can call. The defense has more than 100 possible witnesses that it can call.
Potential witnesses include Sue and Jay Paterno, John and Michael McQueary, Second Mile CEO David Woodle, Former Penn State President Graham Spanier, Former Second Mile CEO Jack Raykovitz and Police Chief Tyrone Parham.
Five residents were excused for personal and medical issues. About 30 will go to phase three.
After going through phase 2 in jury selection, residents then advance to phase 3 which involve individual questioning.
The judge says that jurors will not be sequestered during trial and instead, jurors can return to their homes and be bused in for trial.