Pennsylvania prosecutors say they're turning over some of the records and material sought by Jerry Sandusky's defense team in his child sex abuse trial, but others don't have to be released.
The attorney general's office wrote in a response filed Monday that it shouldn't have to give the former Penn State assistant football coach records that consist of grand jury matters, pertain to ongoing investigations or amount to private personal information.
Sandusky awaits trial on 52 criminal counts that involve 10 boys over 15 years. He denies the allegations.
Jury selection is scheduled to begin May 14.
Prosecutors say they aren't required to turn over psychological evaluations regarding purported victims or juvenile arrest records for someone who isn't a "charged victim."