The Court heard from a couple character witnesses before taking a short recess Wednesday morning.
The first witness was Chad Rexroad, a 35-year-old man from Pittsburgh. He said he was a Second Mile kid and had good experiences there and with Sandusky at his home. He said nothing inappropriate ever happened.
Another character witness, David Hilton of Lancaster County, who is 21-years-old now, said that police investigators interviewed him four times about Sandusky. He said that by the second interview, police became agitated and pressured him into incriminating Sandusky. "They said if I was lying I could get in trouble," Hilton said.
Hilton met Sandusky through the Second Mile. He said nothing sexual ever happened between him and Jerry. Hilton's uncle is Tim Burns, who contacted the Attorney General's office before Hilton was interviewed and another time this morning.
Joseph McGettigan, from the Attorney General's office confirmed that he interviewed Hilton and never pressured him into doing anything.
Jerry Sandusky did not take the stand to testify in his own defense. Closing arguments will begin Thursday morning.