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William Ayres

William Ayres

Former San Mateo Psychiatrist Gets 8 Years For Child Molestations

A former San Mateo child psychiatrist was sentenced to 8 years in prison Monday afternoon for molestations of five boys who came to him for counseling in the 1990s.

08/26/2013

William Ayres

San Mateo Psychiatrist Jailed After Pleading No Contest To Molestations

A San Mateo County Superior Court judge sided with the prosecution Wednesday and remanded into custody a well-known former child psychiatrist who pleaded no contest in May to molesting boys during examinations in the 1990s.

08/08/2013

William Ayres

San Mateo Psychiatrist Ayres Pleads No Contest To Molestations

After years of legal wrangling, Dr. William Hamilton Ayres, an 81-year-old former San Mateo psychiatrist accused of molesting boys during examinations in the 1990s, admitted to the charges against him Thursday.

05/16/2013

William Ayres in court during a previous hearing. (AP)

San Mateo Psychiatrist To Stand Trial On Molestation Charges

William Ayres has been found competent to stand trial by doctors at Napa State Hospital, according to a report filed this week in San Mateo Superior Court.

07/25/2012

William Ayres in court during a previous hearing. (AP)

Peninsula Psychiatrist Accused Of Molestation Sent To Mental Hospital

A San Mateo psychiatrist who was charged with molesting seven male patients in the early 1990s was committed to a state mental hospital on Wednesday.

09/08/2011

William Ayres in court during a previous hearing. (AP)

Former Peninsula Psychiatrist Due Back In Court In Molestation Case

A former prominent child psychiatrist accused of molesting his patients was due back in court for a competency hearing to determine if he is ready to be retried.

CBS San Francisco–06/06/2011

William Ayres in court during a previous hearing. (AP)

New Hearing Set For San Mateo Psychiatrist Accused Of Child Molestation

A prominent San Mateo child psychiatrist whose 2008 child molestation trial ended in a mistrial could soon be retried following a competency hearing Monday.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–01/10/2011