Juror Recalls the Exact Moment He Knew Scott Peterson was Guilty

When Scott Peterson went on trial for the 2002 murder of his wife, Laci, and unborn son, Conner, the jurors didn’t want to believe that he was guilty.

After all, Peterson was a charismatic, good-looking defendant who seemingly had a lot to live for.

Scott Peterson Juror: 'I Would Personally Execute Him'

It has been nearly 11 years since a jury convicted Scott Peterson in the death of his wife, Laci, and unborn son, Conner. In the decade since Peterson was sentenced, he has sat on California’s death row, awaiting an execution that may or may not ever come.

Scott Peterson's Life on Death Row: The Inside Story

Joking with others, shooting hoops and scoring baskets – to look at Scott Peterson, one would hardly imagine he’s incarcerated on San Quentin’s Death Row.

And yet, that is how journalist Nancy Mullane found the former fertilizer salesman when she visited the California state penitentiary where Peterson is confined to a solitary 7-by-9-ft. cell for the Christmas Eve 2002 killings of his wife Laci and their unborn son, and then dumping their remains into San Francisco Bay.

INSIDE STORY: Scott Peterson's Life on Death Row

Sitting in a 4-by-9-foot cell on San Quentin’s Death Row, Scott Peterson doesn’t have a lot of choices in life, but he can decide how to decorate his wall.

While many cons plaster their cells with pictorial collages, Peterson has only one photo hanging across from his bunk: a smiling shot of him and his wife, Laci.

It’s a much different pose from his most recent mug shot – taken in June of 2007 – where his dark hair was clipped short by fellow cons in the exercise yard. Under his half-smiling face is a placard with his inmate number and the word: “Condemned.”

Laci Peterson Charity Event Focuses on Laughter

Nearly six years after her and her unborn child’s murder stunned the nation, Laci Peterson was remembered Saturday night at a benefit in her Modesto, Calif., hometown that raised money for the Laci and Connor Search and Rescue Fund.

“I couldn’t help but say yes,” the event’s host, CNN’s Larry King, told Modesto’s CBS13 about his participation.

Laci Peterson's Home Sold to New Owners

Just after the four-year anniversary of Laci Peterson’s disappearance, a married couple has agreed to buy the house she shared with Scott Peterson – and where police believe he killed her and their unborn son at Christmastime 2002.

The buyers are working with brokers to close on the three-bedroom Modesto, Calif., house for just under its $350,000 asking price, the real-estate agent who handled the deal confirmed to the Modesto Bee and the Associated Press.

Peterson Responds to Mother-in-Law's Book

For the second time since he was locked up in San Quentin Prison last March, convicted murderer Scott Peterson has released a personal statement to the Website for the Canadian Coalition Against the Death Penalty, this time responding to the just-published For Laci, penned by his former mother-in-law, Sharon Rocha – and, in fact, commending the book’s author.

Laci's Life-Insurance Money Goes to Mom

Convicted killer Scott Peterson lost his bid to claim his murdered wife Laci Peterson’s $250,000 life-insurance money – which has been awarded to Laci’s mother, Sharon Rocha, Stanislaus County Superior Court Judge Roger Beauchesne ruled on Friday after a protracted court battle.

The jurist had previously awarded Rocha the money in October, but set aside his ruling after Scott’s attorneys sought a time extension so they could argue the case, the Associated Press reports.

Who Will Get Laci Peterson's Insurance?

An Oct. 21 court date has been set to determine who will collect murder victim Laci Peterson’s $250,000 life insurance policy.

Laci’s mother. Sharon Rocha, petitioned Stanislaus County (Calif.) Superior Court for the money, her attorney, Adam Stewart, said Tuesday, the Associated Press reports.

Laci Peterson's Mom Writing Book

PLANNED: Laci Peterson’s mother, Sharon Rocha, is writing a book about her slain daughter, with a December publishing date in place. Titled Laci and scheduled to be priced at $25.95, Rocha’s book is listed on the Web site of Crown Publishing, a division of Random House. Ron Grantski, Laci Peterson’s stepfather, tells the Modesto Bee that he would help Rocha, his longtime companion, write the book. “A lot of truths haven’t been told, and I kind of think they should be,” he said. “Everyone has written little bits and pieces.