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September 7, 2012
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Marcia Savio, stepmother of Kathleen Savio speaks outside the Will County Courthouse in Joliet, Ill., Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012, after a jury convicted former Bolingbrook, Ill., police officer Drew Peterson of murdering his wife, Kathleen, in 2004. He faces a maximum 60-year prison term when sentenced on Nov. 26. Illinois has no death penalty.

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A child peers through the window on a door of Drew Peterson’s house on Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012., in Bolingbrook, Ill. Retired Bolingbrook police officer Drew Peterson has been found guilty of murdering his third wife, Kathleen Savio. State’s Atty. James Glasgow says he has not ruled out charging Peterson with the death of Peterson’s fourth wife, Stacy, who has been missing since 2007.

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Presiding Judge Edward Burmila leaves the Will County Courthouse in Joliet, Ill., Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012, after a jury convicted former Bolingbrook, Ill., police officer Drew Peterson of murdering his wife, Kathleen Savio, in 2004. He faces a maximum 60-year prison term when sentenced on Nov. 26. Illinois has no death penalty.

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Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow speaks outside the Will County Courthouse in Joliet, Ill., Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012, after a jury convicted former Bolingbrook, Ill., police officer Drew Peterson of murdering his wife, Kathleen Savio, in 2004. He faces a maximum 60-year prison term when sentenced on Nov. 26. Illinois has no death penalty.

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Defense team members for former Bolingbrook, Ill., police officer Drew Peterson, lead by Joel Brodsky, front right, leave the Will County Courthouse in Joliet, Ill., Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012, after a jury convicted Peterson of murdering his third wife, Kathleen Savio, in 2004. Peterson, the swaggering former suburban Chicago police officer who generated a media storm after his much-younger fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, vanished in 2007, was convicted in a case based mainly on secondhand hearsay statements from the two women. He faces a maximum 60-year prison term when sentenced on Nov. 26. Illinois has no death penalty.

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Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow speaks outside the Will County Courthouse in Joliet, Ill., Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012, after a jury convicted former Bolingbrook, Ill., police officer Drew Peterson of murdering his wife, Kathleen Savio, in 2004. He faces a maximum 60-year prison term when sentenced on Nov. 26. Illinois has no death penalty.

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Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow speaks outside the Will County Courthouse in Joliet, Ill., Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012, after a jury convicted former Bolingbrook, Ill., police officer Drew Peterson of murdering his wife, Kathleen Savio, in 2004. He faces a maximum 60-year prison term when sentenced on Nov. 26. Illinois has no death penalty.

M. Green photo

Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow speaks outside the Will County Courthouse in Joliet, Ill., Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012, after a jury convicted former Bolingbrook, Ill., police officer Drew Peterson of murdering his wife, Kathleen Savio, in 2004. He faces a maximum 60-year prison term when sentenced on Nov. 26. Illinois has no death penalty.