Officials will seek a sentence of up to ten months in jail for actress Felicity Huffman.
For her role in the ongoing college admissions scandal.
Last week, she agreed to plead guilty to one charge of conspiracy to commit fraud.
Huffman admitted she paid 15-thousand dollars to a fake charity associated with a man who helped wealthy parents get their children into top schools.
A law enforcement source says prosecutors will seek a sentence of four to ten months of jail time for Huffman.
Ultimately, a federal judge will have the final say on Huffman’s punishment.
She is due back in court for a sentencing hearing on May 21st.
In all, 33 parents are facing accusations they bribed college administrators and cheated on standardized tests for their children.