Nov. 15 – Yahoo! News
Professor Lance Northcutt quoted in article:
By answering questions from a journalist [during a press conference], Sandusky opted to disregard the advice that most defense lawyers give clients who have been criminally charged: keep quiet.
“That happened so early in the cross examination that it really laid bare the folly of letting a defendant talk to the press,” said Lance Northcutt, a defense attorney in Chicago who teaches trial advocacy at John Marshall Law School.