RaDonda Vaught Wikepedia, Testimony, Sentencing, Jail Time, Age, Husband

RaDonda Vaught Wikepedia, Details, Testimony, Facts, Sentencing, Jail Time, Age, Husband, Children, and all you need to know about the famous American nurse.

RaDonda Vaught Wikepedia And Details: Who Is RaDonda Vaught

RaDonda Vaught is a former nurse who is a Vanderbilt nurse, and was indicted on two charges regarding the death of 75-year-old Charlene Murphey at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Charlene Murphey died on December 27, 2017, after RaDonda injected him with the wrong drug.

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RaDonda began her career at Keller Williams Realty, Inc. as a Licensed Realtor. She then became a registered nurse at Vanderbilt University Medical Centre, and later, she worked the Throughput Coordinator at TriStar Centennial Medical Centre.

RaDonda Vaught Wikepedia, Testimony, Sentencing, Jail Time, Age, Husband
RaDonda Vaught (Photo: FOX 17 News)

RaDonda Vaught Age, Husband, Children

Vaught was born in 1984, in Tennessee, in the United States of America, making her 38 in 2022. She has no child and has no husband as well, as she is not married.

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RaDonda Vaught Sentencing

Vaught is facing between three and six years of prison time for negligence and two to three years for homicide causing negligence as a defendant without prior convictions, per sentencing guidelines set out from the Nashville district attorney’s office.

RaDonda Vaught Jail Time

Vaught will be sentenced on May 13, and her sentence is expected to run concurrently, according to the spokesperson for the district attorney, Steve Hayslip.

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RaDonda Vaught Testimony

A Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agent testified that Vaught’s fatal mistake was caused by systemic Vanderbilt failures. Peter Strianse (Vaught’s attorney) described his client, as a “disposable person” who was made to feel guilty in order to preserve the reputation of Tennessee most prestigious hospital.

Source: Kingaziz.com

Source: Kingaziz.com