Actress Felicity Huffman may serve one month in jail for her role in the college admission scandal.
Huffman pleaded guilty earlier this year for committing mail fraud along with her connection to a 15-thousand dollars payment to an s-a-t proctor to fix an answer on her daughter’s exam.
Prosecutors advise she should spend one month in jail as well as pay a 20-thousand dollar fine.
In their filing prosecutors call Huffman’s conduct “deliberate and manifestly criminal.”
They say “neither probation nor home confinement would constitute meaningful punishment.”
Prosecutors would also like Huffman to supervised for up to a year after her jail time.