As outrageous as his crimes were, U.S. District Judge Susie Morgan concluded Wednesday that Galvan is sorry, and she sentenced him to an awfully short two years in prison and fined him $5,000. On top of that, Galvan's expected to pay back the nearly $200,000 he stole. I bet Nagin, who was convicted Wednesday on 20 of 21 corruption charges, is wishing the judge in his case, Ginger Berrigan, will give him a similarly short sentence and just let him pay back the half-a-million bucks he stole. But he shouldn't count on it. Nagin is bald. Galvan has a full head of hair.