He was found not guilty.
Thanks. I read through the Wichita Eagle article. The last paragraph says:
"A Wichita jury ruled in March that he was not guilty of illegal abortion on 19 criminal charges he faced for allegedly violating a state law requiring an "independent" second physician's concurring opinion before performing later term abortions. Immediately following the ruling in this criminal case, the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts made public a similar complaint against Tiller that was originally filed in December 2008."
So there was a different complaint against him for the same thing, and I'm betting it wasn't allowed as evidence in this court trial.
Good riddance to bad rubbish I say.