Good news tonight for convicted felon Dr. Annette Bosworth.

A Circuit Court Judge has signed off on her suspended imposition of sentence, which means she no longer has any felony convictions on her record. 

KELOLAND News got a look at the court papers out of Hughes County today.  

In them, it says because Bosworth had never been convicted of a crime, the court would exercise its judicial clemency and suspend imposition of sentence.  

If you recall, the South Dakota Supreme Court overturned her six perjury convictions stemming from her mishandling of petition signatures during her unsuccessful Senate campaign in 2014.

However, justices upheld her six felony convictions for filing false petitions. 

She was given three years probation and community service. 

The state medical board revoked her license following her conviction, but a judge placed a stay on that revocation while Bosworth appealed the decision. 

Bosworth still had to pay court costs. 

According to court papers, her felony convictions wouldn’t be sealed until those were paid in full. 

KELOLAND News reached out to Bosworth by phone and she says, the court costs are paid up, so she no longer has any felonies on her record.   

As for her medical license, there’ll be a hearing on December 4 in Lincoln County to decide what happens to that.   

Bosworth says she’s hopeful it’s going mean her medical license will be reinstated so she can continue practicing medicine.