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College admission scandal: Loughlin and accused parents want to see evidence before submitting material movements

While the government has stated that the discovery is "extremely voluminous", the defendants have not yet received any, the archiving states."Defendant would like an opportunity to review the discovery in a meaningful way before submitting substantive proposals in this case." The proposal adds that "disputes over one-piece material movements and before the defendant has the opportunity to become acquainted with the government's evidence can substantially prevent the accused's ability to make appropriate legal arguments to dispute claims".They are asking the court to issue an order that suspends substantive practice practices until the status conference on June 3, where a schedule for submitting material movements can be discussed.Prosecutors say the "Full House" actress and Giannulli paid $ 500,000 To a fake charity to have their two daughters accepted to the University of Southern California, falsely appointing them as crew recruits. The two did not plead guilty to two conspiracy charges in the alleged scandal, according to the federal court orders filed last week. They also waived their right to appear before the court for a crime against a money laundering, according to court documents. Prosecutor said alleged scandal is the largest of its kind ever charged and involved 50 defendants in six states. The scheme had two large pieces, prosecutor. The parents have stated that they have paid a college prep organization to take the test on behalf of students or to correct their answers. Second, the organization has alleged that bribe collections to help recognize students who recruited athletes, regardless…

While the government has stated that the discovery is “extremely voluminous”, the defendants have not yet received any, the archiving states.

“Defendant would like an opportunity to review the discovery in a meaningful way before submitting substantive proposals in this case.” The proposal adds that “disputes over one-piece material movements and before the defendant has the opportunity to become acquainted with the government’s evidence can substantially prevent the accused’s ability to make appropriate legal arguments to dispute claims”.

They are asking the court to issue an order that suspends substantive practice practices until the status conference on June 3, where a schedule for submitting material movements can be discussed.

Prosecutors say the “Full House” actress and Giannulli paid $ 500,000 To a fake charity to have their two daughters accepted to the University of Southern California, falsely appointing them as crew recruits.

The two did not plead guilty to two conspiracy charges in the alleged scandal, according to the federal court orders filed last week.

They also waived their right to appear before the court for a crime against a money laundering, according to court documents.

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Prosecutor said alleged scandal is the largest of its kind ever charged and involved 50 defendants in six states.

The scheme had two large pieces, prosecutor. The parents have stated that they have paid a college prep organization to take the test on behalf of students or to correct their answers. Second, the organization has alleged that bribe collections to help recognize students who recruited athletes, regardless of their abilities, prosecutors said.

CNN’s Sarah Jorgensen and Eric Levenson contributed to this report.

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