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College admissions scandal: Former Stanford sailing coach gets 1 day sentence. What does this mean for Lori Loughlin?

Deseret News Wednesday, 12 June 2019
The federal judge ruled that John Vandemoer had already served the one-day term. Does this tell us anything about Lori Loughlin?
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News video: Former Stanford Sailing Coach With Maryland Ties Avoids 13 Month Prison Sentence In College Admissions Scandal

Former Stanford Sailing Coach With Maryland Ties Avoids 13 Month Prison Sentence In College Admissions Scandal 00:32

Former coach of Stanford University's sailing team, John Vandemoer, was sentenced to just one day in prison.

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