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United States v. Patrick Titus

PENDING CRIMINAL DIVISION CASES

United States v. Patrick Titus
Court Docket Number: 1:18-CR-45 (D. Delaware)

Court Assigned: This case is assigned to Judge Richard G. Andrews, U.S. Courthouse, 844 North King Street, Wilmington, DE 19801. 


Latest Update: A resentencing hearing for defendant Titus has been set for March 13, 2024 at 10:00 AM in Courtroom 6A before Judge Richard G. Andrews.

On March 1, 2022, defendant Titus was sentenced to 240 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release. In addition, Titus was ordered to pay a special assessment of $1,400 ($100 per count).

On July 21, 2021, defendant Titus was found guilty of 13 counts of unlawful distribution and dispensing of controlled substances and one count of maintaining a drug involved premises.


Criminal Charges:  On June 21, 2018, Patrick Titus, a medical doctor formerly licensed by the State of Delaware, was indicted on charges of unlawful distribution and dispensing of controlled substances and maintaining a drug-involved premises, in violation of 21 U.S.C. §§ 841 and 856(a)(1) and 18 U.S.C. § 2. The indictment alleged that Titus unlawfully distributed and dispensed controlled substances on fourteen separate occasions to various individuals.  It also alleged that between 2012 and 2014, Titus maintained a place known as Lighthouse Internal Medicine that was used for the purpose of distributing Schedule II controlled substances outside of the usual course of professional practice and without a legitimate medical purpose.

For more information about the charges and conviction, please see below:

Indictment

Press Release – July 22, 2021


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Presumption of Innocence: It is important to keep in mind that an indictment contains allegations only, and that defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.  That presumption requires both the court and our office to take certain steps to ensure that justice is served.

Crime Victims’ Rights Act and Right to Retain Counsel: The Crime Victims’ Rights Act (18 U.S.C. § 3771) applies only to victims of the counts charged in federal court, and thus individuals may not be able to exercise all of these rights if the crime of which the individual is a victim was not charged. Section 377I(c)(2) of this Act requires that we advise you that you have the right to retain counsel. Although the statute specifically sets forth your right to seek advice of an attorney with regard to your rights under the statute, there is no requirement that you retain counsel. The Government may not recommend any specific counsel, nor can the government (or the court) pay for counsel to represent you. Government attorneys represent the United States.

If you elect to obtain counsel to represent your interests, please have your attorney notify this office in writing at: U.S. Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Fraud Section, 10th & Constitution Avenue, NW, Bond Building, 4th Floor, Washington, DC 20530, Attention: Victim Witness Unit; fax: (202) 514-3708; or email: VictimAssistance.fraud@usdoj.gov. If you elect not to retain counsel to represent your interests, you do not need to do anything.


Updated November 2, 2023