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RECKONING – Former Willkie co-chair Gordon Caplan is scheduled to be sentenced today for paying a corrupt college admissions consultant to have his daughter’s ACT score boosted. Federal prosecutors are seeking eight months behind bars and a $40,000 fine, saying Caplan showed “callous disregard for honesty and the rule of law.” Caplan has argued for no jail time, saying his career has been destroyed and his family will be hurt if he is sent to prison.

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