Connecticut lawyer faces judgment in admissions scandal

Connecticut lawyer faces judgment in admissions scandal

U.S. District Judge Indira Talwani sentenced Caplan, former co-chairman of the New York corporate law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher on Thursday to one month in prison for his role in what prosecutors say is the largest college admissions scam uncovered in the United States.

Chris
Chris
porcus
porcus 4 months

Whoa. Not acceptable at all. This guy should be disbarred as well. And his fine needs another zero behind it.

Sheila
Sheila 4 months

Only one month? What would happen to the rest of us poor working class slubs? Once again we see inequities in the system. No surprise there.

Hannibal
Hannibal 4 months

In the military the punishment under the UCMJ is more draconian for officers than enlisted. Our law codes should reflect that, particularly for attorneys. People who should have known better should suffer far more than the average shmuck.

Luficer Morningstar
Luficer Morningstar 4 months

And the rich wonder why the growing resentment and hate towards them is rising, they live by a different set of laws the the rest of the world suffer less penalties and consequences and get slaps on the wrist from everything from fraud, murder, and sex trafficking kids or diddling them

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