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Elikann said jail time is certainly on the table, but it will decided on a case-by-case basis.
“The entire game of strategy here is going to be about sentencing,” Elikann said. “What would make sense? What is reasonable and fair in light of these particular offenses?”
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Since the news of the massive scandal broke, Elikann said it has been a unique case in which so many people feel affected.
"This really has made the blood of the public boil with anger," Elikann told WFXT. "There's some kid out there who worked hard, played by the rules, did everything right, knocked themselves out, and they didn't get the spot because some other kid came in and stole that position. That's going to affect their life, for the rest of their life."
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Many of the athletic coaches appearing at the John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse Monday have since stepped down from their positions.
Others, including the celebrity parents, are set to appear in court next week.