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On October 20, 2010, Dr. Enrique Rivera Mass pled guilty in the U.S. District Court of North Dakota

Dr. Charles McCool, a Pennsylvania doctor, was charged in Pennsylvania state court for prescribing controlled substances via an internet pharmacy to patients without a prior physical examination.

Torino Jennings, a Virgnia doctor, faces Internet pharmacy charges in a Boston District Court.

Many federal circuits permit a good faith jury instruction in cases in which doctors are prosecuted under the Controlled Substances Act.

According to the Seattle Times, the home of Dr. Peter Pfeiffer, of Bellingham, Washington, was raided by DEA agents last Friday as a result of his alleged ties to an Internet pharmacy.

Colorado doctor Christian Hageseth was sentenced to nine months in prison by a California judge following his plea of no contest to practicing medicine without a license in California.