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Felicity Huffman, Lori Loughlin, 11 parents in college admissions scandal set to appear in court Wednesday

Thirteen parents accused in a college admissions scheme, including actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, are scheduled to appear for the first time in federal court in Boston on Wednesday, where a judge will set the conditions of their release.

The parents, all charged with conspiracy to commit fraud, are not expected to enter pleas Wednesday.

Prosecutors allege the parents paid small fortunes to William "Rick" Singer, a Newport Beach, Calif., college consultant who has pleaded guilty to four felony counts, to sneak their children into top universities with bribes, fake athletic credentials and rig entrance exams.

The first group of parents made appearances Friday. Here are the parents scheduled to appear in court Wednesday:

Gordon Caplan: Caplan, a resident of Greenwich, Conn., and former co-chairman

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