IN COURT - The lawsuit filed within hours of the Mueller report’s delivery to AG William Barr is headed to court this morning. The nonprofit advocacy group Electronic Privacy Information Center, which filed an action against the DOJ on March 22 in D.C. federal court arguing that the public has a right to know the full scope of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, is set to argue for a preliminary injunction before Judge Reggie Walton.
JAIL TIME? It’s looking like Ex-Willkie Farr chair Gordon Caplan could do prison time for his role in the college admissions scandal. Jack Newsham reports that a copy of his plea deal shows Caplan and prosecutors agree that the guidelines for his offense translate to a recommended term of 8 to 14 months in prison. Caplan was charged last month with paying bribes to rig his daughter’s college admissions test. The law firm dismissed him last week.
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