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Probation for ex-City College chancellor Phil Day

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

imageThe former City College of San Francisco chancellor had pleaded guilty in September to three felonies for diverting $100,000 in college funds, not to himself, but to a couple of bond ballot campaigns to benefit the college. And yesterday a judge ordered five years probation and reduced the counts to misdemeanors. Besides that, Day will not have to pay restitution, Judge Cynthia Ming-Mei Lee said, because the measures the funds were used to support all passed, providing the school with extra resources well beyond the amount of money involved.

Add: Day’s attorney, Cristina Arguedas, told Bay City News that “the case should never have been charged criminally.”

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