6th Circ. Affirms Cleveland Hospital Exec's 9-Year Sentence

Law360, New York (August 20, 2013, 7:23 PM EDT) -- A former executive of Cleveland hospital MetroHealth System on Tuesday lost his appeal of the nine-plus-year prison sentence he was given for his role in a decadelong hospital-contract bribery scheme when the Sixth Circuit ruled that a lower court had properly evaluated the losses caused by his role.

A three-judge panel found that an Ohio federal court’s April 2011 sentencing against Thomas Greco, MetroHealth’s former project manager and facilities director was based on a reasonable calculation that the losses caused by Greco’s participation in the scheme...
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