Lawyers in the Albert Scerbo teacher sex abuse case will be back in court a week from today to discuss legal issues in the case. Scerbo is facing a retrial on charges he sexually molested two little girls at the Onondaga Nation school, where he was employed as a music teacher. Scerbo was convicted of molesting one of those girls following a trial in 2007. But County Judge William Walsh overturned the verdict, ruling the deliberations were improperly influenced by two jurors with teaching backgrounds.
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