Sharon Rocha wrote a book about Laci and shared her memories and grief. She wanted everyone to know about Laci's life and not just about her death. Sharon turned her grief into action and has been instrumental in raising money for search and rescue not only through proceeds of the book, but through speaking engagements.
Sharon Rocha and Ron Grantski, the parents of Laci Peterson were with President George W. Bush when he signed into effect the 'Unborn Victims of Violence' Act, April 1, 2004.
The new law, officially the Unborn Victims of Violence Act, the Laci & Connor Peterson Law makes killing or injuring a fetus in the midst of a federal crime a separate offense. Laci Peterson was eight months pregnant when she disappeared in December 2002 and found to be murdered by her husband. The bill named is named after Laci Rocha Peterson and her unborn son, Conner.