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There are several things you can do. You can report her to the California Medical Board, who is responsible for licensing physicians in that state. That would launch an investigation and could ultimately result in her losing her license. You could do that in Maryland too, of course.
Depending on how much time has elapsed since she prescribed the drugs for you, you could sue her civilly for malpractice. You may have passed the statue of limitations for this, however.
There may be some kind of criminal violations involved here too. Maryland has prosecuted physicians for unlawful delivery of controlled substances who write prescriptions for controlled substances in the absence of taking medical histories and physical examinations and without the patient having a legitimate medical need for the substances. Again, however, this may be time barred by the statute of limitations
depending on how long ago it occurred
If you tell me how long ago this happened, I can tell you if the statutes of limitations would bar suit or prosecution. But, if you don't mind, I'm going to call it a night now. If you want the information, I'll get the answers to you in the morning.
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