Global Positioning Data OK’d In Peterson Case

A judge will allow evidence from a global positioning system (GPS) that was used to track Scott Peterson’s movements before his arrest, says the San Jose Mercury News. Judge Alfred DeLucchi ruled the technique scientifically sound enough to be admitted in the double-murder trial. Peterson, 31, could face the death penalty if found guilty of
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