Convicted killer Scott Peterson is reportedly feeling anxious as he waits for the retrial decision. California Superior Court Judge Anne-Christine Massullo will announce her retrial decision on Aug. 24.

The California Supreme court was ordered to re-examine Peterson's murder convictions last November, Crime Online reported.

Kron 4 noted that Massullo would announce a retrial if Peterson's habeas corpus petition provides enough information to get one. But an evidentiary hearing will follow if the judge has decided that there is not enough information regarding the matter.

The defense earlier said that they have enough evidence to destroy the timeline that put Scott Peterson on death row for murdering his wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son, Conner, in 2002.

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Scott Peterson Off the Death Row

In May, a California district attorney said in a court filing that she would not be seeking a new death sentence against Peterson.

The Stanislaus County district attorney's office noted that it would drop efforts to restore the penalty thrown out last year by the state Supreme Court, NBC News reported.

The California justices earlier ruled that the death sentence could not stand as potential jurors were excluded after saying they disagreed with the death penalty.

Laci Peterson's family has reportedly no doubt that Scott Peterson killed his wife and their unborn child. They said they think he deserves the death penalty but does not want to pursue the punishment as the process is too painful to endure once again.

The family's sentiment was stated by District Attorney Birgit Fladager in her filing in San Mateo Superior Court.

Massullo is reviewing when to resentence Scott Peterson to life without parole after Fladager said she would not seek to retry the case's death penalty portion.

The judge is also considering if Peterson should get an entirely new trial due to juror misconduct. The consideration is based on a juror's failure to disclose that she had sought a restraining order against her boyfriend's ex-girlfriend in 2000.

Scott Peterson's Murder Case

Laci Peterson was eight months pregnant with their unborn son when she was reported missing a day before Christmas in 2002.

Scott Peterson caught the attention of investigators because he seemed to be lacking concern over his wife's disappearance, and he refused to take a polygraph test.

In January 2003, Amber Frey, a massage therapist, came forward and admitted that she started dating Peterson two months earlier. She said she was unaware that he was married.

Frey contacted the police on Dec. 30, 2002 after realizing the connection of Peterson to the missing woman in the news.

Four months after Laci Peterson went missing, locals found two decomposed bodies washed ashore in the San Francisco Bay, according to a Biography report.

Scott Peterson was arrested on Apr. 18, 2003. It was the same day that the bodies were identified as Laci and Conner. When he was arrested in La Jolla, California, Peterson was sporting a dyed-blond hairdo and goatee.

He was also driving a car with his brother's ID card, several cellphones, and around $15,000 in cash. Meanwhile, Peterson maintains his innocence.

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