Michelle Janavs, heir to the Hot Pockets snack food fortune, and former Pimco chief Douglas Hodge, both sentenced to time behind bars in the U.S. college admissions scandal, can’t use the pandemic as a reason to serve their terms at home but can delay reporting to prison until the end of June.
U.S. District Judge Nathaniel Gorton in Boston rejected requests the two made for home confinement based on the fast spread of the coronavirus in some lockups. But he gave them until June 30 to begin their terms. Hodge was to surrender May 4 and Janavs May 7, ...
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