Dr. Claude Cleveland Long ran a rather fishy medical practice in San Francisco. He, his wife Isabel, and a relative named Ann Fisher, were charged with the May, 1937 murder of Genevieve Arganbright. Long admitted -- once he'd been caught -- that Genevieve had died while he'd been performing an abortion on her. The jury acquitted Mrs. Long and Ann Fisher, but found Dr. Long guilty of manslaughter. He served a two year sentence with the California Department of Corrections..

Long, a 1912 graduate of the Stanford University School of Medicine, was born in 1882 and died in 1953.

Further reading:
People v. Long