After being convicted on all 44 criminal charges to include embezzlement, conspiracy, and violations of the territory’s anti-racketeering statute, CICO, among other charges, the three former executives of the Schneider Hospital were sentenced pending appeal of their convictions. Former CEO Rodney Miller was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Former COO and legal counsel Amos Carty, Jr., and former CFO Peter Najawicz were sentenced to 1 year each. Mr. Miller was remanded into custody to begin serving, while Mr. Carty and Mr. Najawicz were granted appeal bonds pending the outcome of their appeals. The defendants were also required to forfeit property frozen by the court to include homes, vehicles, and bank accounts to be applied towards the $2 million in restitution order by the judge.