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Felicity Huffman's defense team will argue that she should not receive a prison sentence before her Friday conviction, and states that she was not a brains in the Varsity Blues College admission schedule and that no one & # 39; any loss & # 39; had suffered from her actions. Depicted in April arriving at the Boston court

Felicity Huffman's lawyers claim that she should NOT receive a prison sentence because she did not cheat on the Varsity Blues fraud because her sentence was threatened for two days

  • Felicity Huffman is convicted in the Varsity Blues scandal on Friday
  • Prosecutors have recommended that she be in prison for a month
  • The 56-year-old actress says that she should not receive a prison sentence because she was not a leader in admission to college arrangement and caused & # 39; no loss & # 39;
  • She pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud for paying $ 15,000 for forging her 19-year-old daughter Sophia & SAT replies.
  • Her lawyers will claim that, based on the probation findings, the cheating of Huffman & # 39; no loss & # 39; caused by the parties involved
  • They will also claim that it is unfair compared to other defendants in case
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Felicity Huffman defends her name in Varsity Blues College and admits that she is cheating scandal and that, because she has not hurt anyone, she cannot be thrown in jail, because her conviction looms in two days.

The fierce defense of the 56-year-old actress comes after prosecutors recommended a one-month prison sentence for the Desperate Housewives star.

The Huffman defense team allegedly have two arguments to fight behind bars for no time, and claims that no one has suffered any loss from its actions and that it was not a brain in the scheme.

Her lawyers will lead with a & # 39; no loss & # 39; findings brought forward by the probation service. They will also claim that according to her, the prosecution draws unfair comparisons between her and other defendants TMZ.

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Felicity Huffman's defense team will argue that she should not receive a prison sentence before her Friday conviction, and states that she was not a brains in the Varsity Blues College admission schedule and that no one & # 39; any loss & # 39; had suffered from her actions. Depicted in April arriving at the Boston court

Felicity Huffman's defense team will argue that she should not receive a prison sentence before her Friday conviction, and states that she was not a brains in the Varsity Blues College admission schedule and that no one & # 39; any loss & # 39; had suffered from her actions. Depicted in April arriving at the Boston court

Huffman begged a judge through an emotional letter that it & # 39; despair to be a good mother & # 39; led her to pay her daughter's SAT scores; seen with husband William H. Macy and daughters Sophia and Georgia in 2014

Huffman begged a judge through an emotional letter that it & # 39; despair to be a good mother & # 39; led her to pay her daughter's SAT scores; seen with husband William H. Macy and daughters Sophia and Georgia in 2014

Huffman begged a judge through an emotional letter that it & # 39; despair to be a good mother & # 39; led her to pay her daughter's SAT scores; seen with husband William H. Macy and daughters Sophia and Georgia in 2014

Huffman pleaded guilty of conspiracy to commit mail fraud after it was revealed that she was paying recording consultant Rick Singer $ 15,000 to fake her 19-year-old daughter Sophia & SAT's answers after the test.

Prosecutors have recommended that Felicity be in jail for one month, in addition to a controlled release of 12 months and a fine of $ 20,000 – a major break of the four to ten months they proposed earlier in May.

According to Felicity's lawyers, the Public Prosecution Service cites two dozen old cases in which crime ring leaders receive harsh imprisonment.

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Her lawyers say that Huffman was not a major player in the university's admission regulations and should therefore not be sentenced as a punishment.

She will also point out that by helping her daughter cheat, she ultimately did not harm anyone because Sophia did not go to college this year.

The Varsity Blues scandal was developed by William & # 39; Rick & # 39; Singer, a university admission consultant in California.

The conspiracy was plotted in March when 51 people, including Huffman and Full House actress Lori Loughlin, were accused of bribery and fraud for cheating their children at the best universities.

The Varsity Blues scandal was developed by William & # 39; Rick & # 39; Singer, a university admission consultant in California

The Varsity Blues scandal was developed by William & # 39; Rick & # 39; Singer, a university admission consultant in California

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The Varsity Blues scandal was developed by William & # 39; Rick & # 39; Singer, a university admission consultant in California

The college admission scandal was announced in March when 51 people, including Huffman and Full House actress Lori Loughlin (above on April 3), were charged with bribery and fraud for alleged scams of their children in the best universities.

The college admission scandal was announced in March when 51 people, including Huffman and Full House actress Lori Loughlin (above on April 3), were charged with bribery and fraud for alleged scams of their children in the best universities.

The college admission scandal was announced in March when 51 people, including Huffman and Full House actress Lori Loughlin (above on April 3), were charged with bribery and fraud for alleged scams of their children in the best universities.

Instead of imprisonment, actress Huffman is said to be willing to give back to the educational community.

& # 39; She is willing to pay the price she has to pay for breaking the law and she is determined to make amends for the public and the educational community and to give them back substantively & # 39 ;, a source close to the actress People Magazine.

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The former star of the Desperate Housewives asked through her lawyer for a year of probation and community service.

Huffman begged a judge through an emotional letter that it & # 39; despair to be a good mother & # 39; led her to pay her daughter's SAT scores.

Felicity revealed that her older daughter was diagnosed with learning disabilities at a young age and that she participated in the cheating scandal to improve her daughter's scores

Felicity revealed that her older daughter was diagnosed with learning disabilities at a young age and that she participated in the cheating scandal to improve her daughter's scores

Felicity revealed that her older daughter was diagnosed with learning disabilities at a young age and that she participated in the cheating scandal to improve her daughter's scores

Huffman introduced himself tired when he left the Boston Federal Court on 13 May

Huffman introduced himself tired when he left the Boston Federal Court on 13 May

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Huffman introduced himself tired when he left the Boston Federal Court on 13 May

She also wrote that she spent the rest of her life & # 39; utter shame & # 39; will feel.

& # 39; I said I only believed that I gave my daughter a fair chance, & # 39; she wrote.

Felicity revealed that her older daughter was diagnosed with learning disabilities at a young age and she paid for the numbers to help her.

Despite the upcoming future, Huffman tries to leave the shame behind so that she can look forward to healing.

& # 39; She is now focused on restoring her family relationships and helping to bring their lives back together & # 39 ;, a source said. & # 39; As a mother and wife, she wants to do everything to heal her family. & # 39;

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