A judge granted former Senior Vice President Gary Schultz's request Thursday to subpoena materials relating to Judge Louis Freeh’s report.
President Judge Todd Hoover of Dauphin County granted it after Schultz, former Penn State interim senior vice president for finance and business, and his attorney’s filed the request on July 31. They asked to have Freeh’s agency provide Schultz with materials, including emails and notes, prepared by Freeh investigators relating to the investigation of Penn State, according to court documents.
Schultz asked the court to require the firm to provide the materials to him by Sept. 1, according to court documents.
Freeh was hired in November by the Penn State Board of Trustees to conduct an investigation into whether some Penn State officials knew about sex abuse involving Sandusky and chose not to report it.
Schultz, along with former Athletic Director Tim Curley, are charged with perjury and failure to report suspected abuse as they relate to the Sandusky sex abuse case.
Sandusky, the former Penn State defensive coach, was convicted in June on 45 counts of sexually abusing boys he met through his charity, The Second Mile.
Schultz and Curley both have a hearing at 9 a.m. Thursday at the Dauphin County Courthouse in Harrisburg, but neither are expected to attend. No date has been scheduled for trial in the case yet.