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    Scott Peterson sentenced to life in prison, after being spared a death sentence

    By Theresa Waldrop
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    Scott Peterson has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, per sentencing guidelines in the state of California, for the murders of his wife and unborn child.

    Scott Peterson has been in prison limbo since the California Supreme Court reversed his death sentence in August 2020 for murdering his wife and unborn child. On Wednesday, a court will finally determine his fate.

    It is almost certain to be life in prison without the possibility of parole, as Stanislaus County District Attorney Birgit Fladager said in a December 1 court filing.

    Fladager said earlier this year she would not seek to reinstate the death penalty after consulting with the victims' family, who said the "process is simply too painful to endure once again."

    "The People submit to the Court that the only sentence available for this defendant is a sentence of life without the possibility of parole plus 15 years to life for the murders of Laci and Conner," Peterson's wife and unborn son, the prosecutor's December filing stated.

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    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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    Laci Peterson's mother reacts to Scott Peterson's resentencing for 2002 murders

    Scott Peterson was resentenced on Wednesday to life in prison without the possibility of parole, nearly 17 years after he was sentenced to death for the murder of his wife and unborn son.

    Peterson was convicted in November 2004 for killing his wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son, who was to be named Connor, on Christmas Eve in 2002.

    Peterson was sentenced to death in March 2005 and had remained on death row up until last year when the California Supreme Court overturned his death sentence, citing that his jury was improperly screened for bias against the death penalty, according to court documents.

    Some members of Laci Peterson's family confronted Peterson in court on Wednesday.

    "Laci and Connor will always be dead and you will always be their murderer," said her mother Sharon Rocha.

    Laci Peterson, who was 27 years old and eight months pregnant, disappeared on Christmas Eve in 2002. The remains of her and her unborn son were found in the San Francisco Bay four months after she went missing.

    The bodies were identified several days after they were found. On that same day, Scott Peterson was arrested and charged. He pleaded not guilty.

    Investigators later discovered that, at the time of his wife's disappearance, Peterson was having an affair with massage therapist Amber Frey. In an exclusive interview with Diane Sawyer in 2003, Peterson admitted to having an affair, but denied the murders.

    Peterson and his legal team claim that he received an unfair trial based on possible jury misconduct. Peterson's lawyers claim that the woman, known as Juror 7, had not disclosed involvement in other legal proceedings, ABC News previously reported.

    In a 2000 legal proceeding, the juror, identified in court papers as Richelle Nice, alleged that her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend "committed acts of violence against her" and prompted "fears for her unborn child,” ABC News reported previously.

    During the jury selection process, Nice told attorneys she had never been the victim of a crime or involved in a lawsuit. In a 2017 interview with “20/20,” she said that her situation never came to mind when she had filled out the application.

    Superior Court Judge Anne-Christine Massullo, who resentenced Peterson, is separately considering whether he should receive an entirely new trial.

    Laci Peterson's mother told ABC News' "20/20" that another trial would be painful, but would likely result in the same outcome.

    "To have to go through a trial again, of course, would be excruciating. But if that's what it takes, I'll be there," Rocha said in May 2021. "And I'm sure they'll find him guilty again."

    Attorney Pat Harris maintained Peterson's innocence after Wednesday's hearing and said the judge denied Peterson's request to speak.

    "He wanted to make it clear that there is no way he could have possibly harmed Laci and Connor," said Harris.

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    Scott Peterson juror will be offered immunity to testify

    Authorities say a juror in Scott Petersons 2-decade-old murder trial will be granted immunity before testifying at a hearing that could determine whether a new trial is granted

    A juror in Scott Peterson's 2-decade-old murder trial will be granted immunity before testifying at a hearing that could determine whether a new trial is granted, authorities said.

    The offer to Richelle Nice will come before she testifies at a Feb. 25 evidentiary hearing, Stanislaus County District Attorney Birgit Fladager announced Monday.

    Nice was Juror 7 in the trial that ended in 2004 with Peterson's conviction for killing his pregnant wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son.

    Prosecutors say Peterson took his wifes body from their Modesto home on Christmas Eve 2002 and dumped her from his fishing boat into the San Francisco Bay, where her body and that of her unborn son washed ashore separately in April 2003.

    Peterson's lawyers want to overturn his murder conviction on grounds of bias and misconduct. They contend that Nice lied on a jury questionnaire when she denied having been the victim of a crime or involved in a lawsuit.

    Attorneys say Nice did not reveal during jury selection that she had been beaten by a boyfriend while pregnant in 2001. She also didnt disclose that during another pregnancy she had obtained a restraining order - considered a type of lawsuit against a boyfriends ex-girlfriend, whom she feared would hurt her unborn child.

    I dont think you can make a cogent argument that somebody who is pregnant and has been the victim of violence can go into a trial and at the very least not feel some bias towards a circumstance where a victim is a pregnant woman who basically had violence occur, Petersons lawyer, Pat Harris, said Monday after the hearing.

    Petersons attorneys have argued that she actively sought to join the jury because she wanted Peterson to be punished for the deaths.

    She has denied it.

    I did not lie to get on this trial to fry Scott, she told the Modesto Bee in 2017.

    Nice had said that without immunity which could protect her from a perjury charge she would invoke the Fifth Amendment against self-incrimination. However, if she refuses to answer questions on the witness stand after being given immunity, Nice could be held in contempt of court.

    Nice later wrote dozens of prison letters to Peterson while he was on death row. She also co-authored a book on the case with other jurors.

    The evidentiary hearing will run about a week, following which the judge will then decide within 90 days whether to grant Peterson a new trial.

    Peterson, 49, was sentenced to death in 2005 but he was resentenced to life without parole in December. The California Supreme Court tossed out his original sentence in 2020 on grounds that the jury was improperly screened for bias against the death penalty.

    However, the justices also said in their decision that there was considerable circumstantial evidence incriminating Peterson in the first-degree murder of Laci and the 2nd-degree murder of their unborn son.

    (source: ABC News)
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    There are lots of extremely smug and self-satisfied people in what would be deemed lower down in society, who also deserve to be pulled up. In a proper free society, you should be allowed to make jokes about absolutely anything.
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    Scott Peterson lawyer can't shake juror testimony over trial

    By Don Thompson
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    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Lawyers trying to overturn Scott Peterson’s conviction in the sordid slaying of his pregnant wife 20 years ago completed their questioning Monday without shaking a former juror from her crucial testimony that she acted properly before and during his 2004 trial.

    They must first prove to California Superior Court Judge Anne-Christine Massullo that juror Richelle Nice lied on her pre-trial jury questionnaire to get on the panel that convicted Peterson of murdering Laci Peterson, 27, and the unborn son they were going to name Conner. The judge then would have to find that Nice was biased against Peterson from the start, tainting his jury and denying him a fair trial.

    But Nice swore in testimony Friday and again Monday that, while she may have answered juror questions improperly, she did so truthfully.

    Peterson’s attorneys plan to spend the next two days of the weeklong hearing putting on witnesses they say will contradict Nice’s answers.

    "When I filled out that questionnaire, honestly and truly, nothing of this ever crossed my mind, ever,” Nice said Monday of her failure to disclose that she had sought a restraining order in 2000 against her then boyfriend’s former girlfriend, saying then that she feared for her own unborn child.

    That, Peterson’s attorneys say, colored her view of their client, accused of killing his wife when she was eight months pregnant and dumping her body into San Francisco Bay on Christmas Eve 2002.

    “I didn’t write it on the questionnaire because it never crossed my mind, ever. It wasn’t done intentionally — it didn’t cross my mind," Nice swore.

    She also disputed any financial motive in the case.

    Jurors never discussed jointly writing a book until after the trial and verdict — “Absolutely not,” she swore.

    Another juror loaned her $1,000 only after the trial ended — “Way after the trial, maybe even a year.”

    She denied selling a series of post-trial letters between herself and Peterson to People Magazine.

    Nice said she doesn’t recall a fellow juror’s account that when she joined the jury in deliberations she declared that “We should get Scott for what he did to Laci and ‘little man.’ ”

    “It doesn’t sound like something I would say, but I have no idea,” she said. “I don’t remember this.”

    She said to her recollection, the first time she used “little man” to refer to Conner was in her first television interview after the trial.

    Peterson’s attorneys argue that she lobbied to get on the jury.

    But prosecutors on Monday called that into question with a transcript of the jury selection process showing that the trial judge had dismissed Nice from the jury pool because of financial hardship and she was ready to walk out the door without complaint — until Peterson’s celebrity attorney, Mark Geragos, called her back.

    It was only then that she said she could afford to serve during what was expected to be a five-month trial despite being paid by her employer for just two weeks.

    Nice said she could afford to go without pay because she was living with her mother and boyfriend, who could help financially.

    But Peterson attorney Pat Harris said Friday that they can’t find Nice’s then-boyfriend, who he said told a defense investigator that he was concerned at the time about the financial toll and Nice’s need to care for a sick child.

    Massullo is weighing whether to allow the investigator to testify instead.

    Defense attorneys plan to call Geragos to the stand, contending now that his allowing Nice to serve amounted to ineffective assistance of counsel.

    Geragos has said in court papers that had he known of Nice’s personal history he would have immediately bounced her from the jury.

    Peterson's attorneys plan to call to the witness stand three former fellow jurors; a co-author of “We the Jury,” the book written by Nice and six other jurors; and filmmakers who say Nice had on her wall a photograph of a young child in pajamas with printing on the pajamas that said “Little-man.”

    They also plan to question a People magazine reporter who wrote a story based on the 17 letters Nice wrote to Peterson after his conviction and the eight letters Peterson wrote to Nice.

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    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    There are lots of extremely smug and self-satisfied people in what would be deemed lower down in society, who also deserve to be pulled up. In a proper free society, you should be allowed to make jokes about absolutely anything.
    - Rowan Atkinson

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    Scott Peterson hearing canceled after lawyer tests positive for COVID, Peterson exposed

    The last hearing before a judge determines if Scott Peterson should get a new trial was postponed Tuesday after the convicted killer was exposed to COVID and one of his lawyers tested positive.

    The hearing for oral arguments following an evidentiary hearing in March to determine if a juror on Petersons 2004 murder trial committed misconduct was scheduled for Wednesday in San Mateo Superior Court. But during a hastily called pretrial hearing Tuesday, it was revealed that one of Petersons attorneys, Pat Harris, has COVID and that Peterson is on a loose quarantine after being exposed to COVID in his pod at San Quentin State Prison, said Sarah Lind, a deputy court executive officer for San Mateo Superior Court.

    Peterson still is being housed at San Quentin but no longer is on death row after being resentenced in December to life without the possibility of parole.

    The California Supreme Court in 2020 overturned Petersons death sentence, saying the trial judge erred by excluding potential jurors opposed to the death penalty.

    The Stanislaus County District Attorneys Office initially said it would seek the death penalty again.

    In a separate decision 6 months later, the state Supreme Court returned the guilt phase of the trial to San Mateo Superior Court for a judge to decide whether a juror committed misconduct when she failed to disclose on a jury questionnaire that shed been the victim of a crime or party in a lawsuit.

    Judge Anne-Christine Massullo has 90 days from the date of the oral arguments to make a decision about whether Peterson should get a new trial.

    A decision would have been due by the end of September had the hearing gone as planned Wednesday. The hearing now is scheduled for Aug. 11, Lind said, so a decision will not be due until mid-November.

    Peterson was convicted of killing his wife, Laci, and their unborn son, Conner, in 2004. A pregnant Laci disappeared from their Modesto home on Christmas Eve 2002, and her and Conners bodies were found in the San Francisco Bay 4 months later.

    The case was moved from Stanislaus County to San Mateo County due to pretrial publicity.

    (source: modbee.com)
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    There are lots of extremely smug and self-satisfied people in what would be deemed lower down in society, who also deserve to be pulled up. In a proper free society, you should be allowed to make jokes about absolutely anything.
    - Rowan Atkinson

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