http://www.admissionsconsultants.com/lawschool/blog.aspxAccording to local news reports, an aspiring lawyer in the Philadelphia area thought he could leverage his law school admissions chances by getting a sneak look at the LSAT – so he left notes on the cars of two Law School Admissions Council employees, offering them generous compensation for an advance copy of the exam.The LSAC contacted local police, who set up a sting. The would-be lawyer – a 27-year-old electrical engineer with his sights set on Columbia or NYU, and who was unhappy with two previous LSAT scores – purchased a copy of the test for $5,000 from a woman he thought was one of the LSAC employees. She was actually a Bucks County police detective, and she placed him under arrest.The engineer is now facing criminal charges that could cost him up to 7 years in jail.
Ummm.. did you forget to check this thread?http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,82054.0.html
Since you're a fellow EE guy, I'll tell you what i'll do! once I pass the bar in 2k10, I'll be sure to get your sentence reduced and have you out the following year... so for the next 4 years, g'nite, and remember to keep your bunghole tight!