Split verdict in Providence hospital corruption case
A federal jury has convicted Robert A. Urciuoli, former president of Providence, RI-based Roger Williams Medical Center, of corruption charges but acquitted another former hospital executive, Frances P. Driscoll. After deliberating for just over four days, the jury convicted Urciuoli of one count of conspiracy and 35 counts of mail fraud. A lawyer for Urciuoli vowed to continue the fight with an appeal.
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