Drew Peterson Murder Trial - NBC Chicago

Illinois' murder trial of the century

Friday, Sep 7, 2012

Does Drew Defense Have Case for Appeal?

Does Drew Defense Have Case for Appeal?

Attorneys for convicted murderer Drew Peterson said it's a "dark day in America" when someone can be convicted on hearsay evidence.

Thursday, Sep 6, 2012

What About Stacy Peterson?

What About Stacy Peterson?

State’s attorney plans to review evidence surrounding the disappearance of Drew Peterson's fourth wife.

Friday, Sep 7, 2012

Peterson Guilty of First-Degree Murder

Peterson Guilty of First-Degree Murder

Jurors deliberated for about 14 hours before reaching their decision.

Thursday, Sep 6, 2012

"Finally Somebody Heard Kathleen's Cries"

"Finally Somebody Heard Kathleen's Cries"

Savio family says Stacy Peterson is "next for justice."

Thursday, Sep 6, 2012

Peterson Trial: Live Blog

Peterson Trial: Live Blog

Drew Peterson, a former Bolingbrook police sergeant, awaited trial for more than three years on charges he killed his third wife, Kathleen Savio.

Thursday, Sep 6, 2012

Drew's Jurors: "What Does Unanimous Mean?"

Drew's Jurors: "What Does Unanimous Mean?"

As deliberations reached the 12-hour mark in the Drew Peterson murder trial, jurors came back Thursday with another question, their fifth.

Thursday, Sep 6, 2012

Cassandra Cales: Stacy Heard Verdict Against Drew Peterson

Cassandra Cales: Stacy Heard Verdict Against Drew Peterson

9/6/2012: Cassandra Cales expresses hope that the first-degree murder conviction against Drew Peterson leads to information that helps find her sister, Stacy Peterson.

Wednesday, Sep 5, 2012

Drew Jury Goes Home Without Verdict

Drew Jury Goes Home Without Verdict

Jurors, not dressed in matching outfits Wednesday, received instructions for two counts of first-degree murder.

Wednesday, Sep 5, 2012

Peterson Jurors Hear Closing Arguments

Peterson Jurors Hear Closing Arguments

Each team was given roughly two hours to state their case to the seven man, five woman jury that's already sat through five weeks of testimony.

Friday, Aug 31, 2012

Judge Again Denies Move to Acquit Peterson

Judge Again Denies Move to Acquit Peterson

Ruling came after about four hours of debate between prosecutors and defense attorneys over jury instructions

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