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After a quick two-day retrial before a judge, former United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1776 FCU CEO Anne L. Clyburn was convicted June 28 on 12 counts that she used credit union checks to pay personal dental bills.

Clyburn’s 2010 conviction on 34 counts that she stole $32,469 from the $6.9 million Philadelphia-area credit union was overturned last year on a technicality after she proved the court failed to properly inform her of her right to waive legal representation.

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