Peterson defense team embraces media spotlight
CHICAGO – Each day of Drew Peterson’s murder trial, his defense team argues his case for several hours in front of jurors in a tiny Will County courtroom. More often than not, they also spend at least a few minutes each day making their case in front of a bank of television cameras that beam their avowals of innocence to the world.
Peterson’s lawyers, especially trio of lead attorneys Joel Brodsky, Joseph Lopez and Steve Greenberg, mirror their client’s embrace of the media spotlight. Peterson, the former Bolingbrook police sergeant charged with drowning his third wife, Kathleen Savio, did interviews on several national TV shows before his arrest in 2009.
Brodsky, Lopez and Greenberg appear almost daily on “In Session,” a TruTV show that is broadcasting up to six hours of commentary of Peterson coverage daily. Lopez is blogging the trial for the Chicago Sun-Times and occasionally tweets during breaks in the trial or on his ride home.
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