Schultz, Curley Attorneys Dispute New Charges

November 5, 2012 – In The News
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Attorneys for former Penn State vice president Gary Schutlz and athletic director Tim Curley targeted the former general counsel of the university, Cynthia Baldwin, as they disputed new charges against their clients including endangering the welfare of children, obstruction of justice and criminal conspiracy.

After both men were arraigned, their attorneys contested the charges and sought to place blame on Baldwin.

Charles De Monaco, an attorney for Ms. Baldwin, refuted the claims by Mr. Farrell and said his client’s career, which includes serving as a justice on the state Supreme Court, has shown her character.

“Cynthia Baldwin, as evidenced by her distinguished career and her impeccable reputation, is a person of the highest integrity,” Mr. De Monaco said in a statement. “The suggestion by anyone that Ms. Baldwin betrayed her clients and her profession or testified falsely is untrue.”