A jury Thursday convicted a former suburban Chicago police sergeant of killing his third wife and staging her death to look like an accident.
Jurors in Joliet, Ill., trying to decide whether Drew Peterson murdered his third wife went home for the night Wednesday without reaching a verdict.
Drew Peterson's attorney said Tuesday in closing arguments his client's Illinois trial on murder charges is "riddled with doubt like a piece of Swiss cheese."
Prosecutors ended their rebuttal case Thursday in the trial of former suburban Chicago police Sgt. Drew Peterson, accused of killing his third wife.
A divorce attorney testified Wednesday Stacy Peterson wondered if she could get more in a divorce by ratting out her suburban Chicago police sergeant husband.
The Joliet, Ill., judge in the trial of Drew Peterson, accused of killing of his third wife, Kathleen Savio, Monday refused to dismiss the case.
The Illinois trial of Drew Peterson, the former police officer charged with killing his ex-wife, resumed Wednesday after his lawyers withdrew a mistrial motion.
Lawyers for former Illinois police officer and murder suspect Drew Peterson requested a mistrial Tuesday after a prosecutor introduced a barred topic.
So far in Drew Peterson's trial in Illinois for the murder of his third wife the only mention of his fourth wife's disappearance has come from the defense.
Drew Peterson, an ex-cop on trial in Illinois accused of killing his third wife, allegedly asked Kathleen Savio, "Why don't you just die?" a friend testified.