Details of the Jerry Sandusky verdict

Jerry Sandusky is charged with improper behavior with 10 alleged victims.

Story highlights

  • A jury in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, returned a verdict Friday night
  • The allegations, involving 10 alleged victims, cover a 15-year period
  • Jerry Sandusky, 68, pleaded not guilty to the charges

After nearly 21 hours of deliberations, the jury in the trial of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky reached a verdict Friday night. It found him guilty of 45 of 48 counts.

There originally were 52 charges against Sandusky. On Thursday, Judge John Cleland announced that three of the counts were dismissed, and earlier this week a fourth charge was withdrawn by prosecutors, bringing the total number of charges to 48.

Here is a breakdown of the charges -- felony and misdemeanor -- against Sandusky, and the jury's decision on each:

VICTIM #1

Count 1 - guilty

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Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (Felony 1)

Count 2 - guilty

Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (Felony 1)

Count 3 - guilty

Indecent Assault (Felony 3)

Count 4 - guilty

Unlawful Contact with Minors (Felony 1)

Count 5 - guilty

Corruption of Minors (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 6 - guilty

Endangering Welfare of Children (Felony 3)

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VICTIM #2

Count 7 - not guilty

Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (Felony 1)

Count 8 - guilty

Indecent Assault (Misdemeanor 2)

Count 9 - guilty

Unlawful Contact with Minors (Felony 1)

Count 10 - guilty

Corruption of Minors (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 11 - guilty

Endangering Welfare of Children (Misdemeanor 1)

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VICTIM #3

Count 12 - guilty

Indecent Assault (Misdemeanor 2)

Count 13 - guilty

Unlawful Contact with Minors (Felony 3)

Count 14 - guilty

Corruption of Minors (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 15 - guilty

Endangering Welfare of Children (Felony 3)

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VICTIM #4

Count 16 - ****DISMISSED****

Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (Felony 1)

Count 17 - guilty

Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (Felony 1)

Count 18 - *****DISMISSED******

Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (Felony 1)

Count 19 - ****DISMISSED*****

Aggravated Indecent Assault (Felony 2)

Count 20 - guilty

Indecent Assault (Misdemeanor 2)

Count 21 - guilty

Unlawful Contact with Minors (Felony 1)

Count 22 - guilty

Corruption of Minors (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 23 - guilty

Endangering Welfare of Children (Felony 3)

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VICTIM #5

Count 24 - not guilty

Indecent Assault (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 25 - guilty

Unlawful Contact with Minors (Felony 3)

Count 26 - guilty

Corruption of Minors (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 27 - guilty

Endangering Welfare of Children (Felony 3)

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VICTIM #6

Count 28 - not guilty

Indecent Assault (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 29 - guilty

Unlawful Contact with Minors (Felony 3)

Count 30 - guilty

Corruption of Minors (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 31 - guilty

Endangering Welfare of Children (Misdemeanor 1)

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VICTIM #7

Count 32 - guilty

Criminal Attempt to Commit Indecent Assault (Misdemeanor 2)

Count 33 --- ****WITHDRAWN BY PROSECUTORS****

Unlawful Contact With Minors

Count 34 - guilty

Corruption of Minors (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 35 - guilty

Endangering Welfare of Children (Misdemeanor 1)

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VICTIM #8

Count 36 - guilty

Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (Felony 1)

Count 37 - guilty

Indecent Assault (Misdemeanor 2)

Count 38 - guilty

Unlawful Contact with Minors (Felony 1)

Count 39 - guilty

Corruption of Minors (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 40 - guilty

Endangering Welfare of Children (Misdemeanor 1)

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(Due to 2nd indictment, counts start over with Victim's #9 and #10)

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VICTIM #9

Count 1 - guilty

Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (Felony 1)

Count 2 - guilty

Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (Felony 1)

Count 3 - guilty

Indecent Assault (Felony 3)

Count 4 - guilty

Unlawful Contact with Minors (Felony 1)

Count 5 - guilty

Corruption of Minors (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 6 - guilty

Endangering Welfare of Children (Felony 3)

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VICTIM #10

Count 7 - guilty

Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (Felony 1)

Count 8 - guilty

Involuntary Deviate Sexual Intercourse (Felony 1)

Count 9 - guilty

Indecent Assault (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 10 - guilty

Unlawful Contact with Minors (Felony 1)

Count 11 - guilty

Corruption of Minors (Misdemeanor 1)

Count 12 - guilty

Endangering Welfare of Children (Felony 3)

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