Update: Jerry Sandusky's wife, Dottie, is testifying Tuesday afternoon in her husband's defense. She knew several of the alleged victims. She told the jury always made time to have dinner with his family. She acknowledged that several of the alleged victims stayed at her house multiple times but she couldn't give details on when or for how long. Mrs. Sandusky also testifed the boys were allowed to sleep where they wanted in their home. She said Jerry would say good night to them but she saw nothing inappropriate happen. She described some of the boys as "clingy."
Update: Jerry Sandusky's attorney called a psychologist to the stand Tuesday afternoon who says the former assistant football coach suffers from histrionic personality disorder, which explains why he wrote letters to boys.
It's still unclear if Sandusky himself will testify.
Update: Tuesday morning, attorneys for Jerry Sandusky called 9 character witnesses to the stand. They included neighbors and people associated with the former Second Mile charity. Prosecutors say Sandusky met all 10 of his alleged victims through The Second Mile.
The defense also called two state troopers to the stand who interviewed some of the alleged victims. Sandusky's attorney says the troopers tainted Victim 4 by leading him and indicating there were other people making accusations against Sandusky. All 11 witnesses were called within 1 1/2 hours Tuesday morning.
Sandusky is on trial for 51 counts related to sexually abusing boys.
Defense attorney Joesph Amendola plans to play a tape for the jury Tuesday showing the troopers interviewing Victim 4 which Amendola believes will prove that investigators influenced and tainted the alleged victim's statements.
The jury will hear more from Jerry Sandusky's defense team Tuesday.
The defense started their case Monday and Judge John Cleland said it could wrap up as soon as Wednesday.
Joe Amendola called five defense witnesses to the stand Monday to testify about Sandusky's character.
Tom Kline, the attorney for Victim 5, described the people the defense called as a "garden variety" of character witnesses.
"I just don't see how the ball was moved very far. It was well-known that a basic premise of this lawsuit before this all got started that Jerry Sandusky had a fine reputation, a stellar reputation in the community," he said.
Two former Penn State coaches who worked with Sandusky also testified, one saying "it wasn't uncommon for coaches and youths to shower together." He said he saw Sandusky bring boys into the shower but didn't think anything suspicious was going on.
The biggest question of the trial has yet to be answered - whether or not Sandusky himself will take the stand.