Lori Loughlin and Husband Surrender Passports Waive Right to Preliminary Hearing

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Loughlin and Giannulli have been indicted on charges of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud in the nationwide college bribery scheme. Giannulli also said he understood his rights and the charges and both said they were waiving their right to a preliminary hearing. Huffman was next in court right after Loughlin and Giannulli and told the judge she understood the charge and the maximum penalty reported Connolly. The Desperate Housewives star then left the courtroom after also waiving her right to a preliminary hearing. A judge told defendants that their children could be potential witnesses in the huge investigation. Twelve of the 33 wealthy parents charged in the investigation made their first appearances in Boston federal court on Wednesday. Huffman and Loughlin said little during the hearing other than to say that they understood the charges prosecutors brought against them. The parents charged in the scheme have begun plea negotiations with prosecutors. Bure maintains that the Fuller House cast is family and that they are standing behind Loughlin. Fuller Houses Candace Cameron Bure recently discussed Lori Loughlin and her alleged participation in the college admissions scandal on an episode of Today reports Page Six

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