A hearing on the agreement has been scheduled for February 24, 2017 at 11 AM." "The truth is Kathleen Peterson, after drinking some wine and some champagne and taking some valium, tried to walk up a narrow, poorly lit stairway in flip-flops.
, Michael Peterson pleaded guilty to the charge of manslaughter through an Alford plea. This hearing today is as close to justice as anything that can be found. Candace Zamperini testified: "Michael said 'I came up the stairs' I think to get towels, and then he looks back down and said she fell down the whole staircase." It was a monstrous lie that Peterson held on to for 16 years.
Judge Hudson sentenced Peterson to 64 to 86 months in prison and gave him credit for the 89 months he has already spent behind bars. Michael Peterson spent over a million dollars for a legal defense that ended with hearing 'guilty' as the verdict. Now, Peterson has finally agreed to plead guilty -- at least to voluntary manslaughter.
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n October 10, 2003, at the end of the longest trial in Durham's history, jurors returned a verdict declaring Michael Peterson guilty of murdering his wife.
Fans and family members who'd chosen to support him were completely crestfallen.In the meantime, Judge Hudson has ordered Peterson, a pale, pathetic, gaunt-cheeked 68, to be under electronic house arrest.In this dark, dark moment -- I beg you to remember the re-trials and eventual conviction of the wife murdering Rabbi Fred Neulander.If so, then it may be better to turn a blind eye to their indiscretions and spare yourself the pain of knowing the sordid details.Is believing that your spouse is cheating on you in the first place an indication that there is something fundamentally wrong with your relationship, and you simply want an excuse to end it?Hudson -- based on other case reversals -- found that testimony from former State Bureau of Investigation agent Duane Deaver, may have misled the jury in the 2003 trial.