An associate professor of feminist studies at UC Santa Barbara was sentenced Friday to three years probation, 100 hours community service and 10 hours of anger-management classes after pleading no contest to several charges stemming from a confrontation she had with an anti-abortion group on campus in March.
Mireille Miller-Young faced three charges of grand theft from a person, battery and vandalism based on the March 4 incident, during which prosecutors allege the professor took a protestor’s sign, committed battery on another protester, and then destroyed the sign…
[Judge Brian] Hill ultimately sentenced Miller-Young to serve her community service in conflict-resolution workshops run by the Quaker Church, 10 hours of anger management and $493 in restitution to the Shorts, which was paid in court Friday.
Cooper, L. (2014). UCSB Professor Sentenced to Probation, Anger Management in Abortion Confrontation. Noozhawk. Available http://www.noozhawk.com/article/ucsb_professor_sentenced_to_probation_anger_management. Last accessed 6th Dec 2014.