LCR: Court to Reexamine Scott Peterson Case For Possible Retrial Due to Potential Prejudicial Juror

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Today on Law&Crime Report: Scott Peterson was convicted for first-degree murder of his wife, Laci, and her unborn child, Conner. After years of appeals, the court said they are reexamining whether or not there should be a retrial due to a potential prejudicial juror. Also: former Idaho gubernatorial candidate was indicted in the killing of a girl that disappeared in 1984, DA says Lancaster police officer was justified in shooting knife-wielding man and will not face charges, FBI agent says the group charged in Michigan governor kidnap plot discussed targeting Virginia governor, Kyle Rittenhouse will not face charges in Illinois for rifle possession, girl dies after being forced to jump on trampoline in extreme heat as punishment, two Maine police officers who allegedly beat porcupines to death while on duty have been fired. Bob Bianchi’s Guests: Julie Rendelman – Criminal Defense Attorney/Fmr Prosecutor Adam Konta – Criminal Defense Attorney #ScottPeterson #LaciPeterson #KyleRittenhouse Robert A. Bianchi, Esq. Attorney at Law Tune in Monday-Friday from 12-1pm ET, only on Law&Crime! You may already have access to the Law&Crime Network! Find out here: No access? That’s okay! Subscribe direct to Law&Crime here:

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