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    An appellate court said a trial judge erred in dismissing conspiracy convictions against Anna Nicole Smith's psychiatrist and manager, a ruling that defense attorneys said could send the case in different directions.

  • **FILE** Anna Nicole Smith (Associated Press)

    Anna Nicole Smith: Court says judge erred in tossing case verdicts

    An appellate court said a trial judge erred in dismissing conspiracy convictions against Anna Nicole Smith's psychiatrist and manager, a ruling that defense attorneys said could send the case in different directions.

  • Court: Smith case judge wrongly tossed convictions

    An appellate court said Thursday a trial judge erred in dismissing conspiracy convictions against Anna Nicole Smith's psychiatrist and manager at the end of a contentious trial centering on celebrities' use of prescription drugs.

  • Beverly Hills psychiatrist has license suspended

    State medical board officials say a Beverly Hills psychiatrist who treated Anna Nicole Smith has had her license suspended for a criminal conviction involving the Playboy Playmate.

  • Prosecutors appeal dismissal in Anna Nicole case

    Prosecutors who say a judge was biased against them have filed an appeal trying to reinstate three convictions against Anna Nicole Smith's boyfriend and her psychiatrist.

  • Prosecutors appeal dismissal in Anna Nicole case

    Prosecutors who say a judge was biased against them have filed an appeal trying to reinstate three convictions against Anna Nicole Smith's boyfriend and her psychiatrist.

  • Anna Nicole Smith doctor subpoenaed by med board

    Anna Nicole Smith's primary doctor, who was acquitted in the late model's high-profile drug prescription case, has been subpoenaed in a separate investigation, his attorney said Friday.

  • **FILE** Anna Nicole Smith (Associted Press)

    DA to appeal Anna Nicole Smith drug case

    A prosecutor has denounced a ruling dismissing the drug conspiracy convictions against the late Anna Nicole Smith's former boyfriend Howard K. Stern and her psychiatrist and says he will appeal.

  • Judge has final say in Anna Nicole Smith case

    A judge who once warned that if he disagreed with jury verdicts in the Anna Nicole Smith prescription drug case he might make changes in those decisions now has the chance to do just that at sentencing for a psychiatrist and Smith's lawyer boyfriend.

  • **FILE** Anna Nicole Smith (Associted Press)

    Conspiracy convictions tossed in Anna Nicole case

    After a prolonged, costly prosecution that put Anna Nicole Smith's prescription drug use under a legal microscope, a judge dismissed two conspiracy convictions Thursday against her boyfriend-lawyer and psychiatrist and reduced one remaining count against the doctor to a misdemeanor.

  • **FILE** Anna Nicole Smith (Associted Press)

    With sentencing, judge has final say in Smith case

    A judge who once warned that if he disagreed with jury verdicts in the Anna Nicole Smith prescription drug case he might make changes in those decisions now has the chance to do just that Thursday at sentencing for a psychiatrist and Smith's lawyer boyfriend.

  • Judge dismisses conviction of Howard K. Stern

    A judge Thursday dismissed the drug conspiracy convictions of the late Anna Nicole Smith's boyfriend-lawyer Howard K. Stern and her psychiatrist, allowing only one conviction to remain against the physician and reducing it to a misdemeanor.

  • Anna Nicole Smith's longtime companion, Howard K. Stern (left), and his attorney, Steve Sadow, leave Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday, after a judge voided his conviction. (Associated Press)

    Stern conviction dismissed in Smith drug case

    A judge Thursday dismissed the drug-conspiracy convictions of the late Anna Nicole Smith's boyfriend-lawyer Howard K. Stern and her psychiatrist, allowing only one conviction to remain against the physician and reducing it to a misdemeanor.

  • No prison time sought in Anna Nicole Smith case

    Prosecutors in the Anna Nicole Smith prescription drug case are urging a judge to choose felony probation, community service and fines rather than prison for her psychiatrist and lawyer-boyfriend convicted of obtaining drugs for her under false names.

  • Smith psych seeks dismissal or reduced charges

    A psychiatrist convicted of prescribing drugs to the late Playboy model Anna Nicole Smith under a false name has asked a judge to either dismiss her convictions or reduce the charges to misdemeanors.

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