Parent sentenced to three weeks in college admissions scandal


The owner of a northern California jury business is the latest person to be sentenced in the college admissions bribery scandal Marjorie clapper of Menlo Park was sentenced in Boston's federal court to three weeks in prison after pleading guilty to fraud and conspiracy she admitted in court that she paid fifteen thousand dollars to have a test proctor corrector sends a C. T. answers in two thousand seventeen she was also accused of falsely listing her son is African American and Hispanic on college applications to increase his chances of getting admitted copper said that was done by the schemes organizer's without her

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