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Justin Paperny: College Admissions Scam and Federal Sentencing

Justin Paperny: College Admissions Scam and Federal Sentencing

Update: 2019-04-234
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Justin Paperny, who spent time in prison and now prepares others for their time behind bars, visits with Dr. Phil on this week’s Phil in the Blanks podcast to discuss the infamous college admissions cheating scandal involving celebrities and wealthy parents. Listen in as Paperny, author of Lessons From Prison and Ethics in Motion, reveals what he believes is the motivation that caused these parents to cheat – and why he believes all the defendants in the headline-making scandal are going to prison. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/

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mental masseuses

this is good advice for white people. if you have any color to your skin, fight all the way to the end. judges are way less lenient than the way this guy describes.

May 29th
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Austin Sullivan

mental masseuses yeah just keep wasting public defenders time and the time of the judge and every single government official. That's what's going to make the judge more lenient. the guy is giving advice to people who bone Beyond Redemption. Not for tiny things you can argue back with the judge with.

Jun 3rd
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Justin Paperny: College Admissions Scam and Federal Sentencing

Justin Paperny: College Admissions Scam and Federal Sentencing