Felicity Huffman’s lawyers are working to have their client serve her two-week sentence in a minimum security women’s prison that is considered by locals to be a ‘Club Fed.’ The Desperate Housewives star on Friday was sentenced by a federal judge in Boston to two weeks behind bars after she pleaded guilty to paying a bribe in order to inflate her daughter’s SAT test scores. Huffman’s attorneys on Friday requested that she be allowed to serve her sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California – about 30 southeast of Oakland. Martin Murphy, a lawyer who represents the actor, made the request on Friday to Judge Indira Talwani. Murphy asked Talwani to make the recommendation to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, which will ultimately decide where Huffman serves her sentence. Desperate housewife: Felicity Huffman (above arriving in court) was sentenced to 14 days in federal prison for paying $15,000 to have her daughter’s SAT falsified by a proctor Huffman’s attorney has asked the judge presiding over her case to recommend to the United States Bureau of Prisons that she be allowed to serve her 14-day sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California (pictured above in September 2014) FCI… Read full this story
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