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June 17, 2003 | From Times wire reports
Scott Peterson's attorney filed papers Monday in a Modesto court to lift a gag order silencing lawyers, witnesses and investigators, saying that it was unconstitutional and had failed to muffle the lawyer representing his client's former mistress. Defense lawyer Mark Geragos asked that attorney Gloria Allred, who represents Amber Frey, the woman who had a romantic relationship with Peterson before his pregnant wife vanished, be found in contempt for violating the order.
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January 29, 2003 | From Associated Press
Days after a 28-year-old woman admitted having an affair with him, Modesto fertilizer salesman Scott Peterson publicly acknowledged the liaison, and said he told his pregnant wife about the relationship before she disappeared Christmas Eve. But Peterson said it did not rupture his marriage to Laci Peterson and again denied a role in her monthlong disappearance.
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December 8, 2004 | Louis Sahagun, Times Staff Writer
Scott Peterson's fondness for golf remains a running theme in the penalty phase of his murder trial, as friends and relatives continue to cite his love for the game while urging the jury to spare the convicted murderer the death penalty. Robert Thompson Jr., who teaches accounting and agricultural business at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, said Peterson was an A student, made the dean's list three times and, "when we played golf, he'd bring along cigars."
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December 4, 2004 | Louis Sahagun, Times Staff Writer
Three defense witnesses testified Friday that Scott Peterson was a man with redeeming qualities who could benefit others in prison if the jury spared his life. Conception "Coni" Fritz, the mother of one of Scott's closest childhood friends, recalled him as a "gentle man, a caring, sweet and loving boy, someone I was proud to have as my son's friend," during a half-day session of the penalty phase of Peterson's double-murder trial.
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November 13, 2003 | From Associated Press
A detective who spent Christmas Eve questioning Scott Peterson and the next four months trying to find his missing wife testified Wednesday about how officers had enlisted Peterson's friends, neighbors and mistress in the effort to snare him. Detective Al Brocchini said he had called friends of Scott and Laci Peterson to point out news articles about his extramarital affair and a $250,000 insurance policy that Peterson had taken out on his wife.
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January 25, 2003 | Hector Becerra, Times Staff Writer
A 28-year-old woman came forward Friday to confirm that she had a romantic relationship with the husband of Laci Peterson, the pregnant Modesto woman who disappeared a month ago. Amber Frey, a single mother, told reporters gathered at the Modesto Police Department that she met Scott Peterson, 30, at a Nov. 20 party in Fresno. "I was introduced to him. I was told he was unmarried," Frey said. "Scott told me he was not married."
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June 22, 2004 | From Associated Press
Friends of Laci Peterson testified Monday that pregnancy had forced her to stop exercising, as prosecutors tried to discredit her husband's story of what happened the day she vanished. Scott Peterson has said that his wife planned to walk the couple's dog the morning he left for a solo fishing trip and returned to an empty home. Prosecutors, who charge that Peterson murdered his wife and their fetus, contend that she stopped walking the dog weeks before, at her doctor's urging.
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June 2, 2005 | Martin Miller, Times Staff Writer
If W. Mark Felt, who outed himself this week as the almost mythic "Deep Throat" of Watergate, writes a book as has been speculated, few believe it would ultimately be of great historic value. Other than the mystery that has long surrounded the identity of the Washington Post's informant, there is little else that isn't already known about the scandal that toppled the Nixon presidency, some academics said.
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November 30, 2004 | Louis Sahagun, Times Staff Writer
The California Supreme Court on Monday declined to delay the penalty phase of the Scott Peterson trial, setting the stage for the same jury that convicted him of killing his pregnant wife and unborn son to now determine whether he should live or die.
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