SAN FRANCISCO (CBS / AP) — A San Francisco supervisor who voted to reinstate embattled Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi to his job said she would still support a recall effort to remove him from office.

In a statement to her constituents, Supervisor Jane Kim said Wednesday that her faith in Mirkarimi as a person and sheriff has greatly diminished and that voters have every right to recall him as sheriff.

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Kim was one of four supervisors who voted on Tuesday to keep Mirkarimi as sheriff despite his criminal conviction related to a domestic violence case.

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Mirkarimi pleaded guilty in March to a misdemeanor charge of false imprisonment stemming from a New Year’s Eve dispute with his wife, Venezuelan actress Eliana Lopez.

He is expected back at work next week.

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