Jerry Sandusky's lawyer seeks info

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Jerry Sandusky's lawyer is asking a judge to force state prosecutors to turn over more detailed information about the child sex abuse allegations against the former Penn State defensive coordinator.

Joe Amendola said Friday that he needs more detailed information about times and places where prosecutors say crimes occurred as well as the names of people who were there or nearby.

The 68-year-old Sandusky awaits trial on 52 criminal counts that involve 10 boys over 15 years. He denies the allegations.

The filing comes a day after state prosecutors disclosed new information about the boys, including their ages at the time and where the encounters took place.

Amendola says he needs more details to help prepare double jeopardy, alibi or other potential defenses.