Drew Peterson Case: Closing Arguments

Prosecution asks jury to use "common sense" in verdict.
3:00 | 09/04/12

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44 witnesses 22 days and it all comes down to this -- a bit anxious but he's prepared a Motley -- whatever happened. In court prosecutor Chris Koch told jurors. Would you walked into this courthouse -- did not leave your common sense at the front door it is clear this man Drew Peterson. Murdered Kathleen salvia. You have to look at -- from the jury's perspective in murder cases jurors will sit and look at a person. And then say well murder was committed if they believe that threshold issue of murder was committed they've got their expert at your expert. They can put all that aside and focus on the witnesses. Prosecutors are telling jurors Drew Peterson had a motive and means to make his third wife Kathleen -- -- -- bathtub drowning look like an accident. Peterson's attorneys will point out there is no physical evidence tying the former Bolingbrook cop to his ex wife's death. But go on today is the defense team's normally bombastic style replaced by a simple reality. -- -- thinks they can never predict exactly -- period gonna do should be in. You know running. Fortune teller shopper -- Vegas playing cards officially should be in an institution of some sort.

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