LOS ANGELES - Anna Nicole Smith was plagued by unremitting pain most of her life, and her doctors did not break the law by prescribing medications to help her, attorneys for two physicians told jurors Wednesday in their closing arguments at the drug conspiracy trial.
LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles prosecutors have shown jurors their most explosive evidence against Anna Nicole Smith's doctor - personal journal entries in which he talks of partying with her during a gay pride parade.
LOS ANGELES - Prosecutors showed jurors their most explosive evidence against Anna Nicole Smith's doctor Thursday - journal entries in which he writes of partying with her during a gay pride parade and wonders, "Can she ruin me?" The journals, identified by investigators who found them in Dr.
LOS ANGELES - Anna Nicole Smith suffered from pain most of her life, a doctor testified Wednesday, saying he treated her with prescription drugs to alleviate her chronic pain syndrome even though he considered her an addict.
LOS ANGELES - A bodyguard who was one of the last people to see Anna Nicole Smith alive is testifying in the drug conspiracy trial of her lawyer boyfriend and two doctors, but his story may be different than during last year's preliminary hearing.
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