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Therese Hart

Guam, Pacific Islands: (May-31-07) Former Guam Memorial Hospital Associate Administrator Therese Hart pleaded guilty to a charge of improper influence over a notary, as a third-degree felony. The US Attorney's Office filed charges against Hart, claiming that she was guilty of forging her father's signature on a $150,000 wrongful-death settlement paid by the hospital, and using the money for personal benefit. As a result of her guilty plea, Hart was sentenced to one year of imprisonment, though that was suspended because she was awarded credit for time served. In a settlement that Hart entered into with the US Attorney's Office, she agreed to pay the hospital $150,000 in restitution and pay a $500 fine and was placed on three years probation. [PACIFIC DAILY NEWS: FORGED SIGNATURE]

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Published on Jun-2-07


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