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AT&T SVP & CCO, David Huntley, left, his wife, Tracey Nash-Huntley, right, and LSU student, Staci Shelby, center, at the LSU Foundation next to LSU’s Tiger Stadium. AT&T SEVP & CCO, David Huntley, left, his wife, Tracey Nash-Huntley, right, and LSU student, Staci Shelby, center, at the LSU Foundation next to LSU’s Tiger Stadium.

This week, Lori Loughlin (Aunt Becky) and her husband entered a “not guilty” plea in the Varsity Blues case. This followed the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Boston adding money laundering conspiracy to the list of charges she and other defendants face. Sentencing guideline aficionados know that money laundering adds points to the sentencing guidelines range—decreasing the chances of probation at sentencing. Federal courts use these guidelines (which are non-binding) as a basis to form the sentence. A number of other defendants have accepted responsibility and agreed to plead guilty to lesser charges, reducing their guideline points.

 

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