Patrick Pogan, the former NYPD officer who was caught on tape violently shoving a cyclist off his bike, seemingly without provocation, during a 2008 Critical Mass ride, is expected to be sentenced today. In April, a jury found Pogan guilty of filing a false criminal complaint against cyclist Christopher Long, which stated that Long had knocked him to the pavement, not vice-versa. But Pogan, 24, was acquitted of assault and harassment charges. Still, he could face up to four years in prison. Or maybe he'll just get probation, you never know. How's you faith in the criminal justice system doing this morning?