Court rejects prosecution's claims of embezzlement, fraud and forgery.
Former Rome mayor Ignazio Marino has been acquitted of embezzlement, fraud and forgery in a court case relating to his municipal expenses while mayor of Rome.
The prosecution had requested a sentence of three years and four months.
The alleged inconsistencies in Marino’s use of a city credit card triggered his resignation one year ago.
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