James H. Peak
A Billings child and adolescent psychiatrist who spent time in prison for possessing child pornography is trying yet again to get his medical license back so he can return to practice.
Two Montana psychiatrists who were stripped of their medical licenses are each seeking a second chance to practice medicine. They could learn this week whether they are successful.
A former Billings child psychiatrist who served time in federal prison for possessing child pornography is slowing down his quest for a second chance to practice psychiatry.
A former child psychiatrist who was felled by his lust for child pornography and spent time in federal prison is seeking forgiveness from those he betrayed — and a second chance.
The state Board of Medical Examiners has indefinitely suspended the medical license of a Billings child psychiatrist who last year admitted to possessing child pornography.
A respected Billings child psychiatrist who admitted to living a double life will spend about a year in federal prison for possessing child pornography, a sentence far shorter than the five years he faced.