Judge Rejects Ex-Subway Pitchman Jared Fogle's Request For New Hearing

Wochit Headline News - November 15, 2017

A judge has rejected the latest request from Jared Fogle, the imprisoned former pitchman for fast-food chain Subway, to reconsider his case two years after he pleaded guilty to child pornography and sex with minors charges.

Fogle, acting on his own behalf without an attorney, submitted court papers last week from the federal prison in Colorado where he is serving a sentence of more than 15 years.

A federal judge in Indiana who presided over Fogle’s criminal case rejected his legal motion, which challenged the legal jurisdiction of the court over his actions and asked for a new hearing..

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