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Jurors in the Anna Nicole Smith drug conspiracy trial received answers Thursday to their questions about two charges against Smith's boyfriend-lawyer Howard K. Stern and were continued their deliberations.
A jury deliberating in the Anna Nicole Smith drug conspiracy trial wants to know how Howard K. Stern, who is not a doctor, can be charged with unlawfully prescribing a controlled substance to the former Playboy model.
A retrial date has been set in a Los Angeles civil case brought by two lawyers against a defunct charter jet company and its owner over the secret videotaping of Michael Jackson and his attorneys during a 2003 flight.
A house painting company has filed a lawsuit against Anita Baker claiming the Grammy-winning R&B singer owes them more than $15,000.
A federal prosecutor says a former charter jet company whose plane crashed on takeoff at a New Jersey airport in 2005 routinely sacrificed safety for profit.
The half-brother of comedian Dane Cook has been sentenced to five to six years in prison by a Massachusetts judge after pleading guilty to stealing millions from the entertainer.
Marilyn Church didn't even have to ask Bernard Madoff, Martha Stewart, Woody Allen and John Gotti to sit for their portraits. She simply found a good seat in court and pulled out her pad _ then got paid.
Jurors deliberating in the Anna Nicole Smith drug conspiracy case asked for an explanation Wednesday of two charges against Smith's boyfriend Howard K. Stern.
A Rome judge declared an end Wednesday to the trial of a former J. Paul Getty Museum antiquities curator accused of knowingly acquiring looted art from Italy, citing the expiration of the statute of limitations, defense lawyers said.