Drew Peterson was found guilty of the first-degree murder of his third wife Kathleen Savio. But the big question surrounding this case is – hearsay evidence – can a man be convicted on what witnesses say an alleged victim told them? Peterson’s lawyers disagree and plan to appeal all the way to the S
In September 2012, a jury found Drew Peterson, a former Illinois police sergeant turned flamboyant criminal, guilty of the 2004 murder of his ex-wife Kathy Savio. Now, hundreds had gathered to celebrate. Dateline NBC's Hoda Kotb reports.
When the death of Drew Peterson's third wife, Kathy, was ruled an accident, the case could have remained closed. But bizarre details from his fourth romance and marriage to Stacy would change all of that.
After thirteen hours, the jury in the trial of Drew Peterson reached a decision that onlookers gather outside the Will County Courthouse had suspected years before.
In this courtroom sketch, Drew Peterson, left, sits before Will County Judge Edward Burmila as his defense team sought to convince the judge to grant him a new trial at the Will County Courthouse in Joliet, Ill., Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013. Peterson's lawyers are asking for the retrial on grounds that
Former police sergeant Drew Peterson is pictured in this booking photo, released by the Will County Sheriff's Office on May 8, 2009. REUTERS/Will County Sheriff's Office/Handout
JOLIET, IL - JULY 31: Defense attorney Steve Greenberg, representing accused murderer Drew Peterson, speaks to the media outside the Will County courthouse July 31, 2012 in Joliet, Illinois. Opening arguments in Peterson's begin today. Peterson, a former Bolingbrook, Illinois, police sergeant is on