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Scott Peterson's next public appearance on videotape to be shown in September at a wrongful death trial in Modesto might be extremely short.
Scott Peterson's mother is seeking $35,000 from Laci Peterson's estate for maintaining the couple's Modesto home for a time after she was murdered.
Books about Modesto's most notorious murder case made an impression on national best-seller lists in 2005 and early this year.
Modesto's most famous murder leads off celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred's new quasi-memoir, "Fight Back and Win."
Until her daughter disappeared, Sharon Rocha's presence in the media was limited to a photograph, smaller than a postage stamp, in a weekly ad for the mortgage company at which she worked.
When Sharon Rocha smiles, you see Laci.
Scott Peterson looked thin in his blue prison jumpsuit, and he seemed weighted down by his shackles, according to attorneys who traveled to death row Friday to interview the former Mo-destan.
Two Modesto attorneys will travel to San Quentin State Prison this week to ask Scott Peterson if he killed his wife.
The unspeakable grief of losing a child and grandchild to family murder crashes down in every chapter of "For Laci," a book by Laci Peterson's mother scheduled to hit bookshelves Saturday.
Sharon Rocha's quest to recover the proceeds of a $250,000 life insurance policy on her daughter, Laci Peterson,ended Friday.
Sharon Rocha, front center, looks at a memorial stone engraved with the name Laci Rocha Peterson. The stone was placed near the trunk of a young Colorado blue spruce tree, planted next to the entrance at Thomas Downey High School. The donated evergreen tree with Christmas lights and the stone were dedicated Wednesday morning in memory of Rocha's daughter, Laci, and unborn grandson, Conner.
People who think Modesto's Scott Peterson was wrongly convicted in the murders of his pregnant wife and unborn son will find something to cheer in the case's latest book, released Tuesday, the one-year anniversary of jurors' death-sentence decree.
Twelve strangers. Six months. One accord.
Scott Peterson will get a do-over.
The challenge of a career. The case of a lifetime. The monster of Modesto murder trials.