Felicity Huffman faces 14 days in prison, what it means for Loughlin?

Felicity Huffman faces 14 days in prison, what it means for Loughlin?
Felicity Huffman faces 14 days in prison, what it means for Loughlin?
Reaction from the attorney Remi Spencer joins us now, and we always try to assign a message to a sentence from no jury or judge, and in this case is there one I mean you could look at it. Save a lot of people predicting no jail time at all the same time, it’s hard to get less than 14 days on a crime like this. So what what? What are you take away from it? Vision reported on your network about the sentence 14 days or any time in prison evict. Someone can get more jail time right because the judge pointed at her bribe – I guess – was the lowest of them right, so they could get more severe sentences for some of the others or defendants she’s the least amount of money, hundreds of dollars Laughlin, to think that Was the right call or you change strategies, or what do you think inasmuch as you’ve seen? Would you have any advice? Only for parents said that are dealing with the college process, but for the University of San Salvatore, no doubt in a new kind of environment where they want to make sure right that everything you know, even if it’s illegal, but it looks right. There advice for the schools that are operating in this, I guess new environment. You would think because of this story, the corruption, if you have enough money, where do we draw the billion dollars to donate to a college, their children going to school? So when they get into High School, when you look at what they’re doing and how they’re admitting her students, how can you? How can you say you’re honest if the billionaires child, if this case really shines the spotlight on 14 days for Felicity, Huffman, Remi Spencer, good to see if
Attorney Remi Spencer believes Felicity Huffman is the least culpable in the college scandal conundrum. However, questions linger as to what’s in store for Actress Lori Loughlin and husband Mossimo Giannulli after they paid $500,000 for their daughters to attend the University of Southern California.

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