THE DREW PETERSON CASE — I TESITIFIED, AND THE JUDGE RULED FOR THE STATE

It got heated inside the courtroom. The defense team took personal swipes at me — ripped from the tabloid headlines — but to no avail. I testified as to why I was in the autopsy of Kathleen Savio, the third wife of Bolingbrook Police Officer, Drew Peterson.

The judge listened carefully, and ruled based on my testimony that Dr. Baden’s results can be entered into evidence, and that he CAN testify at trial. It was a draining day, but a small sacrifice on my part to ensure that justice will be served.

See coverage here.

http://www.myfoxchicago.com/dpp/news/metro/drew_peterson/drew-peterson-hearing-hearsay-autopsy-baden-20100702

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