My over under for Lori is around six months jailtime, but with a very large fine — maybe matching the $500K she spent on bribes — and lengthy probation and community service which will take years to work through.
Didn’t she use her influence to get a coached sacked. That’s what ticked me off.
There is much dissatisfaction with Huffman’s light sentence.
The Court may attempt to correct that view of the privileged getting cake walk consequences, by throwing the Big book at Lori Laughlin, who is even now trying to work the system claiming to have had no real understanding of the charges.
Still now, there is no “remorse” in sight.