Lori Loughlin Will Likely Get Harsher Sentence Than Felicity Huffman

Felicity Huffman.
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"Full House" actress Lori Loughlin will likely face a harsher sentence than "Desperate Housewives" star Felicity Huffman if she is convicted for her role in the college admissions scam.

"I can't tell you what that would be", he said.

"If she is convicted, I don't think we're giving away any state secrets by saying we'd probably ask for a higher sentence for her than we did for Felicity Huffman", Lelling told the outlet. Huffman, for example, was apparently the "least culpable" of the bunch, according to Lelling, and handled her situation in "a very classy way".

"If people take responsibility for their conduct, and they take responsibility for their conduct early on, then it will probably go better for them", he said. "What I value in the Felicity Huffman sentence is that I think it sent a clear message to other parents involved that there is a good chance that if you're convicted of the offense, you're going to go to prison for some period of time".

"At the end of the day, we thought the one month was proportional", he said. We were happy with that. "I think until we did this case, that was kind of a widespread problem".

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Huffman, on the less culpable hand, only paid $15,000 to Singer to get someone to correct her daughter's answers to the SAT test. She also has to perform 250 hours of community service and pay $30,000.

Though he declined to offer specifics, Lelling said that Loughlin may receive a more lenient sentence if she settles before the trial. Loughlin, meanwhile, is said to be thinking her only move is to go to court and prove she's not guilty of what she's charged with.

Federal prosecutors recommended she serve a month in prison.

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