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.