Fraud is not fudging a few LSAT numbers. There is no material difference between a 160 LSAT and a 162 LSAT, and it isn't going to deter any student from going to a law school. This is especially true now, when law school is an all but sure bet to pay off after 2016, when the expected shortage of lawyers will kick in. And it's especially true for a prestigious flagship university in a state with immense demand for attorneys, like - say- the University of Illinois.
What is fraud is when a comely young woman says she'll work the Socratic Method on your Cardozo in exchange for a modest retainer of $200.00 cash against her $500.00 hourly rate and it turns out she's a cop with no interest in said actions after you relied on her claims and shelled out the Benjamins. Your dreamy road trip to Orgasmville just got halted by a legitimate fourth amendment seizure. More importantly, the young woman lied on which you materially relied causing a bad time. That's real fraud, people. Fraud.
On that note, Above the Law is reporting that Paul Pless was arrested on charges of soliciting prostitution in a "sting" operation.