Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Ex-Google Worker Gets Off Easy After Pleading Guilty To Rape

By Rebecca Rosenberg, Sep 01, 2015 NY Post

A former Google employee got off scot-free Tuesday when a judge sentenced him to ​10 years probation that he probably won’t even serve for raping a woman he picked up in Union Square over a year ago.

Justin Chan, 29, copped to third-degree rape in exchange for ​10 years probation as part of a plea deal. He faced as much as four years ​prison ​on the charge. He also agreed to register as a level 1 sex offender.

But the Canadian perv will likely be deported back to his native country because of the felony conviction.

So Justice Charles Solomon agreed to let Chan voluntarily return to his hometown of Toronto, Canada.

​The judge conceded ​Tuesday ​that there is no way for Chan to check in with probation or register as a sex offender in Canada.

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