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This undated file photo provided by the Illinois Department of Corrections shows former Bolingbrook, Ill., police officer Drew Peterson. The Illinois Supreme Court ruled Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017, that the use of hearsay testimony to convict Peterson in the death of his third wife was proper in upholding his conviction. The high court, in a unanimous decision, found that hearsay testimony from Peterson's missing fourth wife did not violate his constitutional right to confront his accusers. (Illinois Department of Corrections via AP, File)

This undated file photo provided by the Illinois Department of Corrections shows former Bolingbrook, Ill., police officer Drew Peterson. The Illinois Supreme Court ruled Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017, that the use of hearsay testimony to convict Peterson in the death of his third wife was proper in upholding his conviction. The high court, in a unanimous decision, found that hearsay testimony from Peterson's missing fourth wife did not violate his constitutional right to confront his accusers. (Illinois Department of Corrections via AP, File)

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