Do you think Laughlin's and Giannulli's sentences in the admission-scandal case are. . . .
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  • Glenn Borchardt - 4 days ago

    They paid $500,000, so the fine should be at least a few times that. The sentence should be at least 10 years.

  • David Golden - 4 days ago

    Given lack of free will, did they have a choice as to whether or not to bribe?

  • David Golden - 4 days ago

    Given lack of free will, did they have a choice as to whether or not to bribe?

  • Rick Bannister - 5 days ago

    With all their financial resources the fines were almost meaningless.

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