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College scandal: Prosecutors recommend one-month sentence for Felicity Huffman

LOS ANGELES - Prosecutors want actress Felicity Huffman to receive a one-month prison sentence when she appears before a judge next Friday, the first parent to be sentenced in the college admissions scandal that exploded in March with the arrests of Huffman and nearly three dozen other parents.

Huffman pleaded guilty to a fraud conspiracy charge in May, admitting she conspired with college admissions consultant William "Rick" Singer to fix her daughter's entrance exams.

But since Huffman tearfully admitted her guilt and issued a written mea culpa, she has brought up "quibbles" with

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