Laurie Loglin may not sue after all in her college admissions case, as our sources say there is an opening to enter into an agreement on the legal basis following Super light sentence by Felicity Huffman .
Numerous sources involved in various college admissions alleges that Laurie's big break came with the sentencing report of the Felicity Probation Department … in particular, the part where the department is located. says no one has suffered any loss as a result of the actress's behavior. Prosecutors allege that someone who took the SAT may have been denied admission somewhere because Felicity's daughter scored higher than she should have because of a false test. Probation said … not so.
As we reported, our sources from the US attorney tell us prosecutors want a year behind bars for Felicity. The fact that they received only 14 days and the probation department would have handled without jail time and the direct probation caused concern in the US Attorney.
Prosecutors, we have been told that you are concerned that there will be a disturbance of the service if Laurie goes to court, is sentenced and received a short sentence. And don't forget that Felicity has passed the SAT test, which potentially affects every candidate. With Laurie, although paid much more [$ ($ 500,000), the bribe did not actually affect anyone else.
Sources with direct knowledge of the matter tell us that the US Attorney is open to debate on a legal basis, and this is much more likely now that a possible sentence for Laurie could be measured in weeks rather than years. Remember that if you look only at the allegations, Laurie faces a maximum of 40 years . It won't look good if prosecutors go to court, win a sentence and get 3 or 4 weeks behind bars.
So, smart money now … to be negotiated before a court hearing.