A Los Angeles jury today convicted Heidi Fleiss on three of five pandering charges -- effectively saying she ran a high-priced call girl ring -- but deadlocked on two other charges and acquitted her of selling cocaine to an undercover cop. The 28-year-old Fleiss, who had been arrested after providing $1,500 prostitutes for policemen posing as businessmen, slammed her hands on the table in frustration. She faces a maximum of six years in prison. (The trial shed no light on the identities of her supposedly-famous clients, since the judge ruled that information irrelevant.) BTW: The courtroom heat's not off yet: Fleiss and her father face a federal court trial in January on related charges of money laundering and tax evasion.Post your opinion on theCrimebulletin board.