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By age 14, he could beat his father at the game. For a time, he had dreams of becoming a professional golfer like Phil Mickelson , his teammate at the University of San Diego High School.
Couch stated that Peterson had taken Chris out drinking and to meet girls, resulting in a hangover for Chris. As Chris was the No. Professors who taught Peterson describe him as a model student. One of his co-workers would receive visits from a neighbor of his named Laci Denise Rocha, who also attended Cal Poly   as an ornamental horticulture major. Immediately after meeting him, Laci told her mother that she had met the man that she would marry. Peterson later called her, and they began dating, their first date being a deep-sea fishing trip on which Laci got seasick.
Prosecutors have stated that around this time, Peterson engaged in the first of at least two extramarital affairs, though they have not revealed a name or details of this relationship.
Peterson graduated with a BS in agricultural business in June 1998. When the couple had difficulty finding a technician to install a needed vent in the restaurant, Peterson took the necessary certification course in Los Angeles in order to install it himself. Business was initially slow, but eventually picked up, especially on weekends. Working on salary plus commission, he sold irrigation systems, fertilizer, chemical nutrients, and related products to big farms and flower growers, primarily in California, Arizona, and New Mexico.
In later public statements, Frey said Peterson told her he was single, and the two began a romantic relationship.
She was seven-and-a-half months pregnant   with a due date of February 10, 2003. The couple had planned to name the baby boy Connor. Peterson initially reported her missing on Christmas Eve, and the story quickly attracted nationwide media interest.
Peterson stated that he had been out on his boat at the Berkeley Marina in Richmond, California, to go fishing about 90 miles from their Modesto home. Can I have one of your cards? What are you guys doing now? The police did treat the case as suspicious within the first few hours after the missing persons report was filed. On January 17, 2003, it became known that Peterson had engaged in numerous extramarital affairs ,  most recently with a massage therapist named Amber Frey.
She approached the police about Peterson, whom she had just begun to date, after learning that he was actually married to a missing woman. The next day, a partial female torso missing its hands, feet, and head was found in the same area. Autopsies were performed, but due to decomposition the exact cause of death could not be determined. The medical examiner did note that she had suffered some broken ribs the 5th, 6th, and 9th ribs prior to her death; these injuries were not caused by her body being dragged along the rocks in the bay.
Prosecutors suggested that she could have been suffocated or strangled in their home. Knowing that he was in San Diego at the time, they feared he would escape across the border to Mexico. I mean, I believe it was premeditated, he planned it... San Diego was pretty darn close to the Mexican border. Scott knew the area pretty well. He was charged with two felony counts of murder with premeditation and special circumstances: The lead prosecutor was Rick Distaso.
Prosecution witness Frey engaged her own attorney, Gloria Allred , to represent her. Allred was not bound by the gag order imposed on those involved in the trial. Although she maintained that her client had no opinion about whether Peterson was guilty, Allred was openly sympathetic to the prosecution.
She appeared frequently on television news programs during the trial. Jury foreman and attorney Gregory Jackson later requested his own removal during jury deliberations, most likely because his fellow jurors wanted to replace him as foreman.
On November 12, the reconstituted jury convicted Peterson of first-degree murder with special circumstances for killing Laci, and second-degree murder for killing the fetus she carried. The penalty phase of the trial began on November 30, and concluded December 13 at 1: PST, when the twelve-person jury returned a verdict of death. Peterson expressed interest in selling the house he had shared with Laci,  and sold her Land Rover.
During cross-examination, Cheng admitted that his findings were "probable, not precise". Prosecutor Dave Harris noted that the checks were stolen after she vanished, meaning the woman was not involved in her disappearance. Charles March was expected to be a crucial witness for the defense, one who, according to the San Francisco Chronicle , could single-handedly exonerate Peterson by showing that the unborn son Laci carried died a week after prosecutors claimed.
Prosecutors pointed out that no medical records relied on the June 9 date, and March became flustered and confused on the stand, and even asked a prosecutor to cut him "some slack", undermining his credibility. Summing up this key defense witness, Stan Goldman, a criminal law professor at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles said, "There were moments today that reminded me of Chernobyl.
Prosecutors surmised that he killed Laci due to increasing debt and a desire to be single again. Delucchi sentenced him to death, calling the murder of Laci "cruel, uncaring, heartless, and callous".
The jury decided on the death penalty because they felt that Peterson betrayed his responsibility to protect his wife and son. He was reported not to have slept the night before, being too "jazzed" to sleep. Peterson also indicated, "Purported sightings of Laci were legion," noting 74 reported sightings in 26 states and overseas, most of which she stated, were neither viable nor corroborated.