GREENEVILLE, Tenn. - A Greeneville, Tennessee doctor will have to wait a little bit longer before finding out what his sentence will be.
A federal court found Anindya Kumar Sen and his wife Patricia guilty of purchasing more than $3 million worth of misbranded, unapproved drugs from a company that distributed medications from foreign sources.
The indictment says it happened while they operated East Tennessee Cancer and Blood Center in Greeneville and Johnson City between 2009 and 2012.
A judge will rule on objects from the defendants and decide which sentencing guidelines will be used.
Sentencing will continue on June 10th.
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