New Guilty Pleas In the College Admissions Scandal: Did Felicity Huffman Get Special Treatment?

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New plea agreements in the college admissions scandal were just announced. One of the defendants, Peter Sartorio, seemed to commit the same crime under similar circumstances as Felicity Huffman but received a less favorable plea.
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