Drew Peterson Trial: Motion for Mistrial Denied Again

Judge orders bullet testimony stricken from record, believes former cop can still get fair trial.
3:00 | 08/02/12

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The judge refused to declare a mistrial after drew Peterson's neighbor claiming he found a bullet in his driveway bullet he believed was planted by Peterson twenty committed him. Instead the judge ordered the testimony to be stricken from the record. Here's the from a striking the testimony. The jurors that there are two hours of testimony yesterday and and how do you strike. I didn't strike that one -- just me. Peterson is on trial for the murder of his third wife Kathleen -- -- was found dead in her -- -- eight years ago. Her death was originally ruled an accidental drowning. But when Peterson's fourth wife Stacy disappeared in 2007. It's obvious remains were exhumed her death was reclassified. As a homicide. That same year Peterson told ABC news he didn't trust those findings. I put more faith in the first -- -- Because it was France. The defense claims Kathleen slipped and hit her head -- species family believes that defense is all smoke and mirrors. Venus is sliding -- does he meant it -- from them. And -- try to stay away as much as they can from the facts at hand. Today jurors heard testimony from one of the paramedics about the night Kathleen body was found she felt cold to the touch and -- the MT said. -- -- sister who could be called as a witness. As always maintained something sinister took place since it is going to tell me and it's going to look like an accident. The commitment to scare. Attorneys for Drew Peterson think the prosecution was intentionally trying to get a -- trial so they could start over. TJ Winick ABC news New York.

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