SACRAMENTO, California (AP) – Prosecutors and attorneys for convicted murderer Scott Peterson will give final arguments in late June before a California judge decides if he should he is facing a new trial for the murder of his pregnant wife 20 years ago.
Chief Justice Anne-Christine Massullo will decide if jury Richelle Nice cheated and cheated on the jury that convicted Peterson in 2004 for the murder of 27-year-old Laci and the unborn child they suspected. and call it Conner.
On Friday, the judge ordered Stanislaus County plaintiffs and Peterson’s attorneys to file written submissions and return to court on June 29 to provide oral arguments.
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