A judge has allowed former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky to see see his grandchildren as long as their parents are present.
He's also allowed Sandusky to receive visits from adults.
Sandusky is currently on home confinement, but he is allowed to go outside of his house as long as he stays on his property. Prosecutors are not happy about that considering an elementary school is located behind his home.
Prosecutors have asked a judge to confine him to indoors only, but a judge shot them down, ruling that there was not enough evidence to prove he was making:
"any effort to contact any of the children by signaling or calling to them, or that he made any gestures directed toward them, or that he acted in any inappropriate way whatsoever."
Just in case you forgot, he will face 52 counts of sexually assaulting children over a 15-year span when he's back in court in May.
And yet, he's allowed to go outside of his home where he can potentially make contact with the children from the school so close to his house.