Reporting from Boston — They have been the objects of rage, mockery and countless articles.Some have already lost jobs.But in the coming days, many of the parents in the college admissions scandal will enter a courtroom in Boston to face criminal charges. And in doing so, the public will begin to see how they respond to the accusations against them.Fifteen parents charged in a scheme using William “Rick” Singer’s Newport Beach company are making appearances Friday in federal court. A dozen more — including actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman — will be in the same court Wednesday.The appearances of the actresses are expected to generate intense media coverage. But each defendant is facing a different set of circumstances and varying legal strategies.Here is what to look for:How many are cooperating with authorities? That is unclear.So far, those who helped create the scam have been cooperating.Singer, the scheme’s admitted mastermind, has already pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy, money laundering conspiracy, conspiracy to defraud the United States and obstruction of justice. John Vandemoer, the former sailing coach at Stanford University, pleaded guilty earlier this month to a charge of racketeering conspiracy.On Thursday, Rudy Meredith, the former Yale women’s soccer coach, admitted to… Read full this story
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