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A judge Thursday sentenced former Illinois police officer Drew Peterson to 38 years in prison for the 2004 murder of his third wife, Kathleen Savio.
A Will County, Ill., jury Thursday took less than an hour to find Christopher Vaughn guilty of killing his wife and three children in 2007.
How could former Illinois police officer Drew Peterson be convicted in large part on hearsay evidence -- the words of someone who was not in court but reported by a third party -- when the Constitution gives any defendant the right to confront his accuser?
A jury Thursday convicted a former suburban Chicago police sergeant of killing his third wife and staging her death to look like an accident.
The mother of Drew Peterson's alleged victim complained Tuesday a defense lawyer in the Illinois trial was trying to make the defendant the victim.
The judge in the case of ex-Bolingbrook, Ill., police Sgt, Drew Peterson, charged with drowning his third wife, ripped prosecutors for a motion about e-mails.
A former police officer in Illinois, Drew Peterson, tried to hire someone to kill his third wife the year before her death, a prosecutor alleged Friday.
An official in Will County, Ill., says the new year should bring about new evidence in the cases of former police officer Drew Peterson's last two wives.
Prosecutors in Illinois say "highly productive" investigations soon will enable them to determine exactly what happened to one of Drew Peterson's wives.
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