A lawyer for Anna Nicole Smith says that the reality TV star hopes that others will learn from her son's death.
The Bahamian attorney for Smith -- Wayne Munroe -- says that Smith believes a pathologist's conclusion that her son died from an accidental lethal combination of drugs shows he didn't commit suicide.
An American examiner hired by the family, Cyril Wecht, said 20-year-old Daniel Smith had methadone and two antidepressants in his system when he died earlier this month in his mother's hospital room in the Bahamas.
He says low levels of the three drugs interacted to cause an accidental death.
Munroe says that Smith is awaiting the conclusions of Wecht and the Bahamas pathologist who performed a separate official autopsy.
Wecht is waiting for test results on tissue samples before he completes his final report.
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