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Former nurse RaDonda Vaught sentenced to three years of supervised probation

A nurse who was found guilty of homicide after her 75-year-old patient died when they received the wrong drug has been sentenced to three years of supervised probation.

RaDonda Vaught, 38, had faced up to eight years behind bars after her patient Charlene Murphey died when she was administered with a paralysis drug instead of a sedative at Vanderbilt University Health Center in 2017.

But Judge Jennifer Smith diverted the sentence today, saying Vaught had made a ‘terrible, terrible mistake’ and ‘there have been consequences to the defendant’. Vaught could now have all charges removed from her record.

Hundreds of nurses gathered outside the Davidson County Criminal Court in Nashville, Tennessee, erupted into cheers, sobs and hugs after hearing the sentence. They had traveled from across…


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