Convicted killer Drew Peterson could be sentenced today, if his request for a new trial is rejected.
The judge in the case has listened to two days of testimony on Peterson’s claim that his right to a fair trial was violated because of errors by the lead defense attorney in the case.
That attorney, Joel Brodsky, denies the claim.
The judge says that he will rule today on Peterson’s request, and if a new trial is not granted, he will impose sentence.
Peterson could face up to 60 years for the death of his third wife, Kathleen Savio.
He remains a suspect in the disappearance of fourth wife Stacy Peterson.