A federal judge in Indianapolis has rejected an appeal that former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle filed himself.
Fogle's ex-wife alleged that Subway continued promoting Fogle as its spokesman even though it knew of his sexual interest in children.
A judge heard arguments in a suit filed by Jared Fogle's ex-wife alleging Subway knew of Fogle's sexual interests but continued promoting him as its spokesman.
The legislation's author, Rep. Tom Washburne (R-Inglefield), says it helps state law keep up with modern times.
The 2½-year sentence is eligible for home detention, likely allowing him to avoid jail time.
Authorities charged IU Assistant Director for Student Conduct Jon Riveire with six counts of Possession of Child Pornography in May 2015.
The family of a girl who accused Jared Fogle in a child pornography case is dropping a lawsuit against him.
Fogle is serving a 15 1/2 year sentence for child porn and traveling to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a child.
The appeal argues Fogle's sentence is unreasonable.
Fogle's attorneys are asking the court to take his medical condition into account.