Slain Doctor's Family Satisfied With Conviction

POLAND, Ohio (AP) - The family of a Pennsylvania doctor whose wife plotted to kill him along the Ohio Turnpike say they're satisfied with his wife's conviction.

They also want to create a legacy for Doctor Gulam Moonda.

Moonda's wife -- Donna Moonda -- was convicted last week in federal court in Akron of murder-for-hire, interstate stalking and two counts of using or carrying a firearm in the commission of a violent crime.

Doctor Moonda's family is establishing a trust fund in his name to help students seeking a medical education.

Donna Moonda could receive the death penalty or life without parole when she's sentenced.

Doctor Moonda's nephew says the family in India were split upon whether his wife should receive the death penalty.