Felicity Huffman Gets 14 Day Sentence In College Admissions Scandal Case | Hardball | MSNBC

Felicity Huffman Gets 14 Day Sentence In College Admissions Scandal Case | Hardball | MSNBC
Felicity Huffman Gets 14 Day Sentence In College Admissions Scandal Case | Hardball | MSNBC
Felicity Huffman the 14 days in prison for her role in The College, admission, cheating scandal, initially faced up to 20 years in prison, but received them or more lenient sentence. Two weeks because of her guilty plea – and I accept the Court’s decision today without reservation – whatever punishment the judge imposed, I broke the law. I’Ve admitted that and I pleaded guilty to this crime. There are no excuses or justifications for my actions.. Will 50 people also included Laughlin FBI investigation $ 100 SAT test result and I are score numbers up. What did he actually do for the money is kind of two things, one that you would be able to have her daughter take the test with no time limit whatsoever, so there was no is, as we know, from from taking the College Board a certain amount of Time to complete certain portions of the test, she would be able to take as much time as she wanted an addition to that. What was she pleaded guilty to and what we saw the charging documents is that the person who proctored the test, basically the the instructor the test, went back and was able to correct some of her daughter’s answers and led to an approximately 400 Point increase on her College board, so not an insignificant increase in on top of them that her daughter had a significant amount of time to get it right. 1St place Auto. I just curious about how you do this thing. This initial charging documents in in several instances – and it wasn’t just who was able to get some of these benefits documents Chris. Basically, you have people that are that are Educators. These are not people that are just off the street. God knows it’s not myself, Educators, that are professors that are involved in in the school in the school in schooling system, so they would presumably have that higher level of knowledge to be able to to correct these answers and jack up the scores. This convicted person about the pace situation be for two weeks 14 days, doesn’t sound like a defendant who is looking down the barrel of having to go to jail. That is day-for-day. We do not expect Felicity Huffman before she’ll. Do this 14 days gets into the federal prison system significant jail time, if only, why is it set a tensioner kids along the way from the time that the teacher, by their first grade onto 12th grade when they’re getting ready for they think about buying them? In is this going to teach better? You can get caught right because that’s a big part of this I mean, I think everybody here thought. Well, you just pay this guy, and this guy pays somebody else, and you know everybody’s kind of winking on it, and then you can get into the school of your choice or at least have a better opportunity, and I think the fact when people get doing wrong Things and they’re people in positions of power or influence or celebrity that’s always a little bit of a wake-up call prosecutors ask for even lower than that are they went beyond their obligations, arguing for only a month and now she’s going to do 14 days. I wouldn’t want to do 14 days and I think a lot of people that are watching us tonight, Chris, wouldn’t want to do 14 days in a federal prison either. So I think it is a little if a wake-up call and I think, to Kenny’s point if you’re Laura Locklin you’re sitting in your sitting at home and you’re watching this, she paid a lot more money $ 500,000, along with her husband. Some folks are going to be watching this pretty closely and realize that this is honest Services. Fraud and wire fraud is something they can really bite you I said she wanted to do in this case involved in the fraud. What happened to the specific situation? I want to serve as a reminder is at the head of this. He was cooperating with a in terms of cooperation which made it easier to snap at people like Felicity, Huffman, Lori Loughlin, exactly those people, a lots of other great videos.
Actress Felicity Huffman was sentenced to 14 days in prison for her role in the college admission cheating scheme. Huffman and 13 other parents pleaded guilty to bribery and mail fraud charges.
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