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Scott Peterson, who was convicted for murdering his wife and unborn child, is expected back in court for a second time since he began working with the LA Innocence Project. His new lawyers say investigators never tested evidence that could show someone else was responsible for the murders. NBC’s Liz Kreutz reports and Danny Cevallos provides analysis for TODAY.