David Gerger, a white-collar defense attorney in Houston with a history of defending clients in high-profile cases, is representing Martin Fox, the president of a private tennis academy and camp in Houston who has been indicted in the college admissions scam.

Fox pleaded not guilty to a charge of racketeering conspiracy Monday when he appeared before a magistrate judge in Boston. He has been released on bond.

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