Penn State Lawyer: Attorney General Served More Subpoenas

State prosecutors served subpoenas on "a number of other university employees," Penn State's in-house lawyer says

Penn State's in-house lawyer says state prosecutors have served subpoenas on ``a number of other university employees,'' but she isn't elaborating.
General counsel Cynthia Baldwin says on the school's website Friday that said it would be up to the employees and their lawyers to say who received them.


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Baldwin didn't say what the attorney general's office was investigating, or how many subpoenas were issued.
A phone message for the AG's office wasn't immediately returned.
Last month the university made public a federal subpoena related to the child sexual abuse scandal for which former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is awaiting trial. Sandusky faces 52 counts and denies the allegations.
Baldwin says the university doesn't plan to make any additional comment about the newly disclosed subpoenas.
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