LANSING, MICH. - A sentencing hearing for former MSU doctor Larry Nassar continues Wednesday in Ingham County Circuit Court.
What started as a four-day sentencing hearing turned into seven days as 159 women are expected to make victim-impact statements. The number started with 88, but many have come forward saying they'd like to speak.
Nassar, 54, of Holt, pleaded guilty in November to 10 counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct, with seven in Ingham County and three in Eaton County. The low end of his sentence will be between 25 and 40 years in prison, and the maximum sentence can be up to life.
This is what has happened just this week.
- Women tell Nassar they are 'taking back' their lives
- Nassar victim describes 'eerie' environment at Karolyi Ranch
- MSU trustee Joel Ferguson 'deeply regrets the inadvertent comment' about Larry Nassar case
- Most Michigan State trustees quiet during calls for Simon's resignation
- Twistars' Geddert says in email to families he plans to retire
- Police didn't heed Nassar complaint in 2004 but paid for victim’s flight to speak Tuesday
- Nassar victim says she was assaulted on Holt school property
- MSU faculty call for vote of no confidence in MSU President Simon
- Girl, 15, says Nassar assaulted her at medical appointments, and MSU still sending bills
- USA Gymnastics suspends John Geddert, coach who worked with Nassar
- 'Army of survivors' now at 144 as more come forward for Larry Nassar sentencing
- MSU Athletic Council chair on Nassar victims: 'The university failed them'
- USA Gymnastics top leadership resigns amid sexual abuse scandal
- Gov. Rick Snyder asked to remove MSU President Lou Anna Simon
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