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Lawyers to Seek Peterson's Release During Appeal


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Jury selection was supposed to start Thursday in the trial of Drew Perterson. He is the former Chicago area police officer who's accused of killing his third wife Kathleen Savio 6 years ago. But a battle is brewing over allowing hearsay evidence into the trial and that's causing a delay. But it could also mean that Peterson will be released from jail until the dispute has been resolved.



Savio's death was originally ruled an accident. But her body was exhumed after Peterson's fourth wife Stacy Peterson disappeared. And then Savio's death was ruled a homicide. Tuesday the judge ruled that he would not let the jury hear some secondhand evidence, including statements that Savio allegedly made to others. The evidence is considered to be crucial because prosecutors haven't produced any physical evidence linking Peterson to Savio's death, any firsthand witnesses or a confession.



The prosecutor says he's ready for trial, but a former prosecutor who has followed the case says that the disputes could signal that the state's case is in trouble. The prosecutor admits the appeal could take months. Peterson has been in jail since he’s arrested in May, 2009.



Ross Simpson, the Associated Press.

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hearsay: things one has heard another person or other people say,

which may or may not be true; rumour 道听途说; 谣言



exhume: take (a dead body) from the ground (for examination) 掘出(屍体)(以检验)

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Jury selection was supposed to started Thursday in the trail of Drew Peterson.He is the former Chicago area police officer,who's accused of killing his third wife Kathleen Savio **.But ** over allowing here say evidence into the trail and that's causing it delay.But it could also mean that Peterson will be released from jail until the dispute has been resolved.Savio's death was originally ruled an accident,but her body was ** after Drew Peterson's fourth wife,Stacy Peterson disappeared and then Savio's death was ruled a homicide.Tuesday the judge ruled that he will not let the jury hear some second-hand evidence including statements that Savio allegedly mate to others.The evidence is considered to be crucial,because prosecutors haven't produced any physical evidence linking Peterson to Savio's death,any first-time witnesses or a confession.The prosecutor says he is ready for trail,but the a former prosector,who was follow the case says that the speed could signal that the state's case is in trouble.The prosecutor admits the appeal could take a month.Peterson has been in jail since he's arrested in May,2009.
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A jury selection was supposed to start Thursday on the trial of Drew Perterson.

He is the former Chicago area police officer who's accused of killing his third wife Kathleen Savio 6 years ago.

But a battle is brewing over allowing hearsay evidence into the trial and that's causing a delay.

But it could also mean that Peterson will be released from jail until the dispute has been resolved.

Savio's death was originally ruled an accident. But her body was exhumed after Peterson's fourth wife Stacy Peterson disappeared. And then Savio's death was ruled a homicide.

Tuesday the judge ruled that he would not let the jury hear some secondhand evidence, including statements that Savio allegedly made to others.

The evidence is considered to be crucial because procecutors haven't produced any physical evidence linking Peterson to Savio's death, any firsthand witnesses or a confession.

The prosecutor says he's ready for trial, but a former procecutor who has followed the case says that the disputes could signal that the state's case is in trouble. The prosecutor admits the appeal could take months. Peterson has been in jail since his arrest in May, 2009.

Ross Simpson, the Assicated Press.
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Jury selection was supposed to start Thursday in the trial of Drew Perterson.

He is the former Chicago area police officer who's accused of killing his third wife Kathleen Savio 6 years ago.

But a battle is brewing over allowing hearsay evidence into the trial and that's causing a delay.

But it could also mean that Peterson will be released from jail until the dispute has been resolved.

Savio's death was originally ruled an accident. But her body was exhumed after Peterson's fourth wife Stacy Peterson disappeared. And then Savio's death was ruled a homicide.

Tuesday the judge ruled that he would not let the jury hear some secondhand evidence, including statements that Savio allegedly made to others.

The evidence is considered to be crucial because procecutors haven't produced any physical evidence linking Peterson to Savio's death, any firsthand witnesses or a confession.

The prosecutor says he's ready for trial, but a former procecutor who has followed the case says that the disputes could signal that the state's case is in trouble. The prosecutor admits the appeal could take months. Peterson has been in jail since his arrest in May, 2009.

Ross Simpson, the Assicated Press.
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Jury selection was supposed to start Thursday in the trial of Drew Peterson. He is the former Chicago area police officer who is accused of killing his third wife Kathleen Savio six years ago. But * is * over allowing hearsay evidence into the trial and that’s causing a delay. But it could also mean that Peterson will be released from jail until the dispute has been resolved. Savio’s death was originally ruled an accident. But body was exhumed after Peterson’s fourth wife Stacy Peterson disappeared, and then Savio’s death was ruled a homicide.
Tuesday the judge ruled that he would not let the jury hear some second-hand evidence including statement that Savio allegedly made to others. The evidence is considered to be crucial because prosecutors haven’t produced any physical evidence linking Peterson to Savio’s death, any first-hand witnesses or a confession. The prosecutor says he is ready for trial. But a former prosecutor who has followed the case says the dispute could be a signal that the state case is in trouble. The prosecutor admits the appeal could take months. Peterson has been in jail since his arrest in May 2009.

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Jury selection wassupposed to start Thursday in the trial of Drew Perterson.
 
He is the formerChicago area police officer who's accused of killing his third wife KathleenSavio 6 years ago.
 
But a battle is brewing over allowing hearsay evidenceinto the trial and that's causing a delay.
 
But it could alsomean that Peterson will be released from jail until the dispute has beenresolved.
 
Savio's death wasoriginally ruled an accident. But her body was exhumed after Peterson's fourthwife Stacy Peterson disappeared. And then Savio's death was ruled a homicide.
 
Tuesday the judgeruled that he would not let the jury hear some secondhand evidence, includingstatements that Savio allegedly made to others.
 
The evidence isconsidered to be crucial because prosecutors haven't produced any physicalevidence linking Peterson to Savio's death, any firsthand witnesses or aconfession.
 
The prosecutor sayshe's ready for trial, but a former prosecutor who has followed the case saysthat the disputes could signal that the state's case is in trouble. Theprosecutor admits the appeal could take months. Peterson has been in jail since he’s arrested in May, 2009.
 
Ross Simpson, the AssociatedPress.
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Jury selection was supposed to start Thursday in the trial of Drew Perterson. He is the former Chicago area police officer who's accused of killing his third wife Kathleen Savio 6 years ago. But a battle is brewing over allowing hearsay evidence into the trial and that's causing a delay. But it could also mean that Peterson will be released from jail until the dispute has been resolved.



Savio's death was originally ruled an accident. But her body was exhumed after Peterson's fourth wife Stacy Peterson disappeared. And then Savio's death was ruled a homicide. Tuesday the judge ruled that he would not let the jury hear some secondhand evidence, including statements that Savio allegedly made to others. The evidence is considered to be crucial because prosecutors haven't produced any physical evidence linking Peterson to Savio's death, any firsthand witnesses or a confession.



The prosecutor says he's ready for trial, but a former prosecutor who has followed the case says that the disputes could signal that the state's case is in trouble. The prosecutor admits the appeal could take months. Peterson has been in jail since he’s arrested in May, 2009.
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