Students Arraigned in SAT Cheating Ring

Defendants allegedly charged up to $3,500 to take the test for other students.
2:01 | 11/22/11

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Police are still processing and booking these kids they look like typical high -- high school students. But this was anything but an average day and they -- young lives among those who turn themselves in this morning twenty year old Josh Josh check back. His father is a prominent Garden City attorney. And like other parents today trying to separate fact from fiction. Similar to plead not guilty at the arraignment this morning. What this afternoon -- over the -- explains. They may have been dressed like kids but -- is no game. It was finally time to face the music that they did escorted by their parents. They turn themselves into investigators here the Nassau County DA's office just after sunrise. Authorities maintain these are three of the four defendants who headed up SAT cheating ring the allegedly charged -- -- up to 3500 dollars and for that. They would take the standardized tests for that prosecutors say -- at the nine students who dished out the cash in order to get out of taking safety's. Entire group was later transferred to police headquarters where they were booked and fingerprinted. This second newly uncovered scam. Bob current or former students at Rosalind high saint -- and -- it. Great necks out and -- -- keeper academy in Great Neck may -- just the tip of the iceberg. Authorities in Suffolk County are also now on the lookout for anything fishy. A big mystery once this latest carefully crafted scheme to patterned after -- want authorities broke up in September. In that case Sam and she got allegedly sat in and took the SEC's first six students who paid him between 15100. 2500 dollars each. The district attorney has a lot of discretion. That's what the DA does they they have discretion they can decide who prosecute criminally and -- will leave up to the other. Authorities such as schools. I have no idea what the motivation of the district attorney has.

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