Jerry Sandusky who was the assistant football coach who is charged with child sexual abuse had a trial Thursday that delayed his trial by three weeks while his doctor filed a court document to dismiss all charges.
Judge John Cleland said more time was needed , "to accomidate various logistical contingencies that have arisen."
Sandusky wants the state to them when they say he sexually assaulted these boys as he claims innocence.
Chief Deputy Attorney General Frank Fina wrote, "defendant cannot exploit the appaling breadth of his own criminal conduct by claiming it encompasses so long a period as to hamper his defense."
Sandusky is charged with 52 accounts of sexual assault of 10 boys over 15 years.
Sandusky claims that a man, Mike McQueary, who witnessed it won't be able to prove it.
Fina also wrote, "THe defense appears to argue that an eyewitness who sees an adult man with having sex with a child cannot provide sufficient evidence of the conduct of crimes. It is noteworthy that the defense provides no legal support for such a specious assertion."
Meanwhile, Sandusky remains under house arrest.