At the time of their sentencings, both defendants had been incarcerated for about four years, including time spent in an English jail. On November 4, 2016, Sheikh Waseem Ul Haq was sentenced to time served, and three years’ supervised release, for his role in a long-running conspiracy to ship pharmaceuticals from Pakistan and the United Kingdom to prospects in the United States. The Court also entered a Consent Order of Forfeiture for $388,265.12, Ul Haq’s portion of the proceeds from drug sales to United States prospects. From 2005 to 2012, the web sites operated by Ul Haq and his co-defendant Tahir Saeed illegally offered $2 million price of pharmaceuticals, together with anabolic steroids and other managed substances, to customers worldwide, together with practically $780,000 in sales to United States purchasers.
On the opposite hand, the Court of Appeals would possibly determine that the Court of Special Appeals interpreted the statute incorrectly...Read More