Nancy Grace must be a very happy person today. Yesterday, Drew Peterson was convicted of the murder of his third wife. The conviction was only possible because of a law that was passed in Illinois which is called "Drew's law." It allows prosecutors to use hearsay evidence from friends and family of the deceased to convict someone. They had to do something. Do you remember back in the day when Drew Peterson used to say that no one could ever convict him of anything? That was right after his fourth wife went missing. Now, if he had done this in Aruba he would still be free, but he did it in Illinois so he is going to jail for a maximum of 60 years when he is sentence in November.