The judge in the Anna Nicole Smith case may have a future at CBS, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported on Monday.
The senior producer of the network’s "Saturday Early Show" wrote a letter to Broward Circuit Judge Larry Seidlin, who has been presiding over the former playmate’s case, asking if he would be interested in hosting a new segment on the program called “Morning Justice,” in which he would tackle viewers’ problems.
"I have been extremely impressed by your compassion in the Anna Nicole case and I would love to discuss with you the idea of being our judge on a new segment, 'Morning Justice,'" Michael Rosen, the show's senior producer, wrote in a letter Friday to the judge, according to the Sun-Sentinel.
Seidlin’s judicial assistant, JoAnn Gallo, confirmed he received an offer and said she has been fielding hundreds of calls a day for the judge.
"I just want to say I've always loved being a judge," Seidlin told the Sun-Sentinel. "It's inappropriate to talk now. I'm focused on the case. I'm just focusing on the case."