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Jacob Frenkel (Member and Chair of Government Investigations & Securities Enforcement, Washington, D.C.) was recently quoted in an Associated Press article titled “’Full House’ to big house in college scheme? Experts differ.”
In the article, which discusses the likely outcome of the trials relating to “Operation Varsity Blues,” as the investigation has been dubbed, Jacob argues that it’s unlikely many, if any, of the parents will see jail time. “If the parents are well represented, it is reasonable to expect that possibly none will go to jail,” Jacob said. “These are not the type of offenses for which judges exercising their discretion would normally put people in jail,” he said.
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