Possible defense strategy emerges in Varsity Blues case

Attorneys for parents facing charges associated with the college admissions scandal argued in court that the payments were charitable donations, not bribes.

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30 thoughts on “Possible defense strategy emerges in Varsity Blues case

  1. Charitable donations instead of bribes? I wish poor people could use that defense when they get very ticky tacky arrests. I wish Sandra Bland could say I didn’t signal because I was trying to conserve energy for the environment. Makes no sense but rich people’s defense don’t have to make any sense.

  2. now i get why my cousin didn't get into Princeton. it wasn't because of his 1.7 gpa, or because he only did half the exam and then called it quits once he got bored or because he technically didn't finish the application, it was because of those rich rats

  3. A 13 year old honor student was the only one chosen from her school to attend The Harvard University Leadership Summit 2019. She attends Nova Middle School in Ft Lauderdale. Her dream is to one day be an attorney.
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  4. The ones who pleaded guilty weakened their case…. Lying in court needs to be made absolutely illegal and punishable with jail time for suspects, victims, attorneys, prosecutors and judges alike

  5. Wealthy people will cough up tons of $$$ to lawyers to spin the legal system. If they choose to go that route, and not take a plea deal, then the book should be thrown at them with max jail and fine time. Then the wealthy will know what the "Little People" have to deal with in the legal system. One justice system for all!

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