The defense has rested in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse trial!
We guess they felt they got what they wanted from his wife and the psychologist.
Originally, the defense made it seem like Sandusky was definitely going to take the stand, but we guess they decided that would do more harm than help.
A CBS News legal analyst said:
"After having heard his wife's testimony and the psychologist's testimony [the defense] might take a look at this and say, 'You know what? We got all the best we could get in here without the downside of him being on the stand.'"
We're not sure if he would've survived a cross-examination by the prosecution.
Closing arguments will begin Thursday with the jury going into deliberation as early as Thursday afternoon.
That means that they'll have to decide a verdict on the 51 individual counts of child sex abuse.
Even if convicted of only a few, Sandusky could still face life in prison.
We're innerested to see what the jury decides on the dozens of charges.
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