A man involved in selling fake Viagra last year got a one year probation from the federal court.
Chinese national Kwok Kwun Lee received his 12-month probation last Friday with conditions.
Lee and his Malaysian partner were earlier charged for their involvement in selling Viagra-like pills on Saipan. They both pleaded guilty in federal court in May this year. Lee specifically pleaded guilty to count 4 of the indictment charging him with receipt and delivery of misbranded drugs.
On Nov. 30, Lee appeared with counsel Stephen Nutting in the sentencing hearing in federal court.
The probation term imposed on Lee has conditions that include not committing another federal, state, or local crime and shall not unlawfully use or possess a controlled substance.
Lee was also required to perform 50 hours of community service under the direction of the U.S. Probation Office and shall pay a special assessment fee of $25 immediately after sentencing. Lee has 14 days to appeal his case.