Hello again Brandy and thank you for the additional information. First, it is important that if you are contacted by law enforcement you do not want to make any statements at all unless and until you have a local criminal
defense attorney who advises you that you should. In other words, if law enforcement contacts you then you need to tell them that you will not any statements at the time and then immediately make an appointment with a local criminal defense attorney to sit down and discuss all the details, so that they can advise you on your best course of action and assist you in that.
What they can do is contact law enforcement and find out if you are the focus of the investigation
or if the doctor is. If the doctor is, then your attorney can negotiate an immunity deal in exchange for your testimony against the doctor.
But, what you did, if the State or Federal prosecutors wanted to prosecute you, could, at the very least be considered criminal as an assessory, even if they do not believe that you forged these prescriptions. So, you could face prosecution. But, from what you say, it is more likely that law enforcement will want to go after the doctor and not you if you cooperate. But you don't want to make any statement until you have a deal in place through your attorney.
Please let me know if you have any specific follow up question. I would be glad to assist you further if I can.