Also on trial is co-defendant Eileen O'Neill, 56, a medical school graduate who worked as a doctor at the Women's Medical Society. O'Neill, who did not have a medical license, is not charged with performing abortions but with participating in the operation of a "corrupt organization" and "theft by deception" for operating without a doctor's license.
"She was pretending to be a doctor and doesn't deserve the title," Cameron said, turning to O'Neill who looked down at her notepad and scribbled.
Meanwhile, a gag order preventing attorneys or the jury from speaking to the media remains in place.
If he is found guilty, Gosnell, who is not a board-certified obstetrician or gynecologist, could be sentenced to death.