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California Supreme Court Orders Scott Peterson's Murder Convictions To Be Reexamined

Peterson was convicted in 2004 of the murder of his wife and their unborn son. The court says a juror's misconduct has come to light.

The California Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered a reexamination of Scott Peterson's 2004 conviction in the murder of his pregnant wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son. The court overturned his death sentence in late August of this year.

The case has been remanded to the San Mateo County Superior Court.

The Supreme Court the lower court should consider whether a juror.

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