Christina Raines’ Lawyer: Peterson’s fiancée not “hit on” by cop

Christina Raines

Christina Raines

UPDATE July 17:

Chicago Sun-Times
State’s attorney: Cops did not hit on Drew Peterson’s fiancee
July 17, 2009
BY JOE HOSEY jhosey@scn1.com

…Brodsky said he planned to file a motion regarding the state police detective’s supposed romantic overture.

Charles B. Pelkie, the spokesman for the state’s attorney’s office, refuted Brodsky’s accusation, calling it “preposterous and disingenuous.”…

It seems that Ms. Raines is not on the same page as Joel Brodsky when it comes to the definition of “being asked out on a date”, as evidenced by this email sent out on behalf of Christina Raines by her lawyer, Gloria Allred.

Source: Gretawire

From: Gloria Allred
Sent: Wednesday, July 15, 2009 7:02 PM
To: Miller, Jeffrey; O’Connor, Kerry
Subject: Chrissie Raines

Dear Jeff and Kerry,

Last night Greta ran a story about my client Chrissie Raines who is the fiancé of Drew Peterson. Unfortunately before the story was run no one contacted me for a response. I represent Chrissie Raines in the criminal case of People v. Drew Peterson and I am her spokesperson. Enclosed please find my response to the allegation that Greta ran on her show involving Ms. Raines. I hope that Greta will be able to run my response. Thank you very much.

“Chrissie has not had dinner with or gone to the movies with any police officer other than Drew Peterson and she has no interest in doing so. She does not feel that she was “hit on” by any police officer.

We do not think there is a basis for filing a complaint against any police officer and we have no plans to file such a complaint.

Very truly yours,

Gloria Allred

Allred, Maroko & Goldberg

Thanks to Harleyjoey for the link!

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83 thoughts on “Christina Raines’ Lawyer: Peterson’s fiancée not “hit on” by cop

  1. Gloria must have explained to Chrissy that chocolate and a diet Coke, along with the notification that her testimony would be videotaped was not dinner and a movie. 😉

  2. So…is the idiot woman child rebelling against Drew and his defense, or is she simply bristling after having been given a dose of the Derek Armstrong school of “investigative journalism”–as in he calls you on the phone, agrees that the convo is off the record and then embellishes the crap out of whatever tidbits he picks up on and sells it?

  3. Is this like the time when Raines said the engagement between her and Peterson was a stunt, but then Joel said she was mistaken, but now he says she was hit on and she says she wasn’t?

    Got all that?

  4. LOL ~ Maybe it’s Derek Armstrong who needs to be told what chocolate, a diet Coke, and videotaped testimony are.

  5. Please, somebody tell me boobsky will now get into trouble. Surely this is a violation of the gag order. He is deliberately creating more white noise and creating drama. Boobsky – shouldn’t you be putting all that energy into, you know, defending your client??

  6. Me thinks that Gloria is preparing to file a breach of promise suit against DP. I’m sure Chrissie is moving fast and ON, but she can purport to be DP’s fiance and keep all of her options open. (She probably has no interest in being married to DP, but she could sue him if he reneges.)

  7. Not to worry, Aussie. So far, Brodsky’s line of defense has failed miserably for his client. Every trick he’s pulled out of his bag has fallen flat. This ploy of getting out a smelly story through Armstrong to pique the interest of the media, getting them to report on it, shows what boobs they are. Pretty funny.

  8. On the Legal Pub site, I remember reading that “Legal Pub” posted a comment that the defense can’t be completely sure that Raines might not be a plant of some kind. (No, not kind that grows in dirt. The kind that lives with it). Maybe she tricked Joel by telling him a little white noise lie, and now look what he’s gone and done.

    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

  9. Oh so true about boobsky’s line of defense so far. I am trying to find the word to describe his actions. It’s a cross between tenacious and downright stupid/incompetent. I find myself always LOL at his idiocy.

    I think he really believes that all this smoke and mirrors is going to help him when he gets in to court to play with the grown-ups.

    I previously wagered that he wouldn’t end up being the one to defend drucifer in court due to said incompetency. I wouldn’t be surprised if he also loses his career over this case. Who, in their right mind would want him on their side if they were in trouble with the law? I would rather represent myself – and that’s without any legal knowledge.

  10. Good morning.

    I still think, assie, that after Peterson sells some of his assests, he will hire a new lawyer. Additionally, his way of defense, besides accusing local people of prejudice, may be in future that his defense was incompetent. Though it had been his own choice, he would be so right ;). Brodsky will never focus on the facts but wants to use gaps in the legal system. He thinks he can save DP by abolishing the hearsay law. And go on with his own career thanks to that. In the meantime, DP will be sentenced due to the real evidence…

    That’s great that Gloria Allred formally negated Brodsky’s statement on behalf of Chrissy. At least the accused police officer can sleep well:)

  11. Good Morning, too!

    I agree with Granny5 that Chrissy doesn’t really want to marry Drew (anymore?)but can sell more interviews if she is his fiance. So can Gloria ;-). So cynical, lol.

  12. I’m thinking that what Chrissy really needs to do is extricate herself and get on with her life. That is not likely to be GA’s view.

  13. Good morning.

    Bucket ~ I don’t think that Raines understands the complexity of a relationship, so thinking of ways to stir feelings of emotions in her sugar daddy isn’t something I see her capable of doing.

    I don’t, however, understand anything about her current relationship with the dirt bag. If she continues to visit him in jail, wouldn’t you think the lawyers would discourage that on behalf of their client? She’s unpredictable. She’s been latched onto by a prominent women’s advocate lawyer, and I’m sure it’s not to help her get bigger tips at her job! Then the defense lawyer uses her to get out a tale to make the police investigators look anything but professional, only to have that be denied by her lawyer. I mean, WTH?

  14. LOL you’re right. Too subtle. lol Brodsky just doesn’t seem to have a clue. If it was true, it would still be stupid to talk about….just bring on the charge in the appropriate place and time. I think he knows it’s rubbish. Mr Disingenuous.

  15. For the life of me, I cannot see the quandary of this, even IF Chrissie had been asked out for dinner and a movie by some police officer.
    I just don’t get it. She’s over 21.
    Where was all this moral outrage from the media, the police and Gloria et al when Drewpy was ‘dating’ (and more) Stacy?
    By dint of simply being who she is? I’d think anyone would be a step up from where she was…and as far as any officer asking her out, why not?
    I must be missing something, here, and turn to all of you to find out what it is.
    Maybe I should be asking why they’re even talking to her… .

  16. There might be a conflict of interest with Chrissy being a potential witness and an ISP officer asking her out.

  17. Since all Gloria admitted to was that Chrissy had not had dinner or gone to a movie with any police officer, there is always the possibility that something else took place. 😉

  18. Cheryl, I think Joel is trying to make an “Amy Jacobson/bikini/Stebic’s house” kind of assertion in which a credentialed person steps out of bounds and jeopardizes the case.

    If Chrissy denies that it ever happened, they don’t have anything.

    I’m glad to see her speaking up for herself (even if through her lawyer) rather than letting Drew and Joel speak for her. I can’t tell you how much it skeeved me out when the two of them appeard on Scared Monkeys radio show and proceeded to speak for her and represent her. “She was confused”, “She isn’t used to the media”, “She was manipulated by others”. *shudder*

  19. facsmiley Says:
    July 16, 2009 at 10:56 am

    Cheryl, I think Joel is trying to make an “Amy Jacobson/bikini/Stebic’s house” kind of assertion in which a credentialed person steps out of bounds and jeopardizes the case.
    ——-
    I think you are right, facs.

  20. noway406 Says:
    July 16, 2009 at 10:45 am edit

    Since all Gloria admitted to was that Chrissy had not had dinner or gone to a movie with any police officer, there is always the possibility that something else took place. 😉

    ****************************

    I guess Allred’s statement can be interpreted by people in different ways, but this, to me is more than only admitting to not participating in dinner and a movie:

    She does not feel that she was “hit on” by any police officer.

    So, what exactly is this statement admitting to? I interpret it as admitting that Brodsky misspoke about the intentions of the officer/s.

  21. Thanks to all. That makes me feel better. I was beginning to think my brain was on vacation without me.
    But…(humbly, timidly,) why ARE they talking w/her?
    To what in the world would Chrissie be a potential witness?

  22. Yeah, what IS up with Raines and Peterson, throw in a Brodsky, add an Armstrong? How, I want to know, can Brodsky get away with this charade of using Armstrong to write bullshit the night before the hearing, and then elaborating on it. This sucks. He sucks. He’s always trying to screw the rules. Blabbing to a washed-up so-called author about what he wants leaked out and then commenting on it to the media? Is that any better than playing cards in jail with his client,and then whining he doesn’t have enough hands to go through all the discovery documents?

    Why does Brodsky pull this crap and get away with it?

  23. rescueapet Says:
    July 16, 2009 at 11:29 am

    Why does Brodsky pull this crap and get away with it?
    ——-

    That would be absoluteley funny if Chrissy sued him ;). Does Armie have this conversation with Chrissy taped (again)?
    Maybe the grand jury decision on Stacy is to be made soon and Brodsky is preparing grounds against the investigators?

  24. cyrhla Says:
    July 16, 2009 at 11:54 am

    Maybe the grand jury decision on Stacy is to be made soon and Brodsky is preparing grounds against the investigators?

    *****************

    I, personally, am not so sure there wasn’t a GJ decision. I wonder if it’s at all possible that an indictment was handed down and sealed, or the SA can indict him at any time for Stacy’s disappearance/murder. I reallly don’t know how that works, but I really don’t believe they have any less evidence on DP for Stacy than Kathleen. In fact, maybe more, since they had immediate access to fresh evidence/records.

    Guess it’ll all come out some day.

  25. Just a reminder of what Joel said back in May about a possible change of venue:

    On a Change of Trial Venue

    By law, the jury has to come from Illinois so do we want a jury from some very rural county downstate? Maybe that’s not where we want to go. Do we want to go to places to East St. Louis that’s very, coming to a lot of very poor people in that area? Do we want to come to some southern suburb of Chicago? What I’m trying to say is every single step in this case from now on is going to be hard fought, very difficult decisions. I don’t see anything going easy in this case. The State’s Attorney is going to fight us tooth and nail.”

  26. Brodsky will not have all the 101 counties to choose ;).
    The trial cannot take place too far away because of the costs, time of travelling and the convenience of the witnesses. I do not think the judge would agree for Alexander County, for instance, but who knows?

  27. I think I saw that the defense is going to ask for a sequestered jury. That’s kind of useless, since there’s a gag order on all of them, and the trial itself won’t be televised. They’ve spent over a year and a half dispersing what they wanted the jury pool to know, so why sequester them now? But, if that is the way it might wind up, wouldn’t it be possible that they’ll pick a jury from some remote county, bring them here for the duration of the trial, and house/feed them? Like they did with Simpson’s jury? I don’t think they’d move the whole thing out somewhere else. Who knows. Nothing about Drew Peterson is within the norm, including the way he lived, loved and killed!

  28. facsmiley Says:
    July 16, 2009 at 2:47 pm

    Cyrhla, I believe the trial will take place in Will County. The jurors may be brought in from some other part of the state, however.
    —-
    Thanks for letting me know about such a possibility, facs and rescue. It does make sense and would be (much) cheaper. I thought the change of the place of trial means it must be moved to another county :).

    BTW, I do not undestand why at the very beginning, after Drew was arrested, Brodsky filled a petition requesting a Cook county judge to make the decision as to who will sit on the bench for Peterson’s trial. Why Cook county’s judge? I must have missed something.

  29. Brodsky’s dream is to compose a jury consisting of men with domestic violence history or deaf, blind, dumb and speechless women.

    I just guess that the choice of Brodsky might be the Cook County and jury members taken from Chicago. There are so many crimes there every day that some people might have forgotten or not carefully followed the story of Drew, Stacy and Kathleen.

    Additionally, CC would be convenient for Joel (heavy luggage with the evidence) and cheaper (costs of fuel).

    IMO, rural areas are much too conservative and stuck to family values to understand and tolerate Drew’s behaviour, affairs and desire for money.

    I put $1 on Cook Co. 😉

    BTW, was Brodsky joking wondering who will understand Drew better: poor or rich people? LOL

  30. Cyrhla – no, there’s no way, IMHO, he’d be considered credible with the judge if he requested Cook County. It’s only a 30 mile difference from the Courthouse to, say, the City limits. I know Brodsky does unorthodox things, but requesting a close County for the convenience of the lawyer, I don’t think, has a snowball’s chance in hell. The tainted jury pool, subjected to the last year and a half of Peterson and Brodsky, is no different here than in Will County. No, they need a Hail Mary County. For sure.

  31. I was joking with the close vicinity to his office (and the population of Chicago with its crime rate was much more telling to me). But now I think we should take it into account because Brodsky is lazy and – additionally – mean. Didn’t he want Drew to read all the documents in jail and give him a report? It is also Brodsky who wants to force poor Drew to sell all the precious vehicles to pay him for Drew’s own services! 😉
    Has he ever cared if he is credible or not, rescue? 😉 He wants to be rich and famous. Though I am not sure about fullfilling of his first dream, I am conviced he will be among Darwin’s records one day :).

  32. Yup, you’re right, Cyrhla, they wanted the Judge to allow DP to have in-jail access to the discovery, and a laptop. If they had to ask, it’s obvious it’s not something that is automatically done. Anyway, no to that.

    I have been wondering, though, what’s the big secret with not allowing DP to be filmed anymore going in and out of the van for his court hearings? Aren’t we supposed to see what he looks like anymore? What is he, super defendant?

    Geesh. What fun is that?

  33. Oh, BTW, this is OT, but I thought it chilling. So, you see, just when you think you’ve seen it all, there’s always something else.

    Remember Scott Peterson, the murderer of Laci and their baby? Well, his family is asking for donations to the tune of $95,000.00, to help fund an appeal.

    ***********

    The site urges supporters to donate between $5 and $50 apiece, adding that “Many hands make light work.”

    (This is NOT the donation site – it’s the article site!!)
    http://news.aol.com/article/scott-peterson-web-site-seeks-donations/574815

  34. I saw that recently Rescue, and was so shocked I went to the site to see for myself if it was true. Sadly it is. I was horrified to see there are so many commenters supporting his innocence!

  35. Tried to access the Peterson appeal website from the above link, but kept receiving an error message. Googled it, same thing. Went to ccadp.org/scottpeterson.htm and got the same.
    I think the site has folded since AOL put that story out there.

  36. Good morning, everyone.

    Thought you’d like to see this!

    State’s attorney: Cops did not hit on Drew Peterson’s
    fiancee

    July 17, 2009

    BY JOE HOSEY jhosey@scn1.com

    The Los Angeles attorney representing Drew Peterson’s young love shot down a claim from the accused wife-killer’s lawyer that a state cop hit on her client.

    “Chrissie has not had dinner with or gone to the movies with any police officer other than Drew Peterson and she has no interest in doing so,” the attorney, Gloria Allred, said in a written statement. “She does not feel that she was ‘hit on’ by any police officer. We do not think there is a basis for filing a complaint against any police officer and we have no plans to file such a complaint.”

    Following a Tuesday court hearing, one of Peterson’s attorneys, Joel Brodsky, announced that a state police detective asked Peterson’s 24-year-old girlfriend, Christina Raines, to go out with him on a date.

    According to Brodsky, the state police detective proposed that Raines accompany him to dinner and a movie.

    The unidentified detective supposedly asked Raines out while investigating the murder of Peterson’s third wife, Kathleen Savio, and disappearance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson. Peterson faces first-degree murder charges in connection with Savio’s death.

    Brodsky said he planned to file a motion regarding the state police detective’s supposed romantic overture.

    Charles B. Pelkie, the spokesman for the state’s attorney’s office, refuted Brodsky’s accusation, calling it “preposterous and disingenuous.”

    Pelkie also said two detectives always interacted with Raines at the same time and never left one or the other alone with her.

    Brodsky’s claim infuriated Raines’ father, Ernie Raines, who called Brodsky a “scumbag.” Ernie Raines also called Peterson a “scumbag” and threatened to “kick the [expletive] out of” and “take apart” Brodsky if he happened to run into him.

    Brodsky failed to return calls for comment on Allred’s statement or to say how frightened he was of Ernie Raines.

    Allred’s involvement in the Peterson case is not the first time she has stepped into a high-profile murder prosecution.

    She represented Amber Frey, the girlfriend of convicted wife-killer Scott Peterson, and was also the attorney for the family of O.J. Simpson’s slain wife, Nicole Brown Simpson.

    Allred is the mother of television personality Lisa Bloom.

    http://www.suntimes.com/news/peterson/1670949,drew-peterson-christina-raines-071709.article

    *********

    “It’s bizarre beyond belief,” defense attorney Joel Brodsky said after Peterson’s court hearing (about the proposed date).

    Yes, it sure is bizarre beyond belief that he’d pursue this inaccurate contention. Is this just more white noise to tie up the court’s time and the judge?

  37. cheryljones Says:
    July 16, 2009 at 10:49 pm

    Tried to access the Peterson appeal website from the above link, but kept receiving an error message. Googled it, same thing. Went to ccadp.org/scottpeterson.htm and got the same.
    I think the site has folded since AOL put that story out there.

    I wish it were so, but I don’t think it is.

    When I went to scottpetersonappeal.org. (from the article above) I saw there is a Donation button which does bring you to a PayPal account.

    This is the family blog talking about the request: http://scottpetersonappeal.org/cblog/index.php

    I noticed there were also two nonscientific surveys: 91% do not have any doubt that Scott is guilty and 92% feel that the Peterson family’s request is outrageous. (Over 400,000 people voted on each.)

  38. I really do wish the news coverage would concentrate more on the actual rulings on the motions. I’m still not sure what was decided on some of them.

  39. Me, neither. Bummer. It seems fair to report it ;-( I wonder if ISP/the prosecution will lodge a formal complaint about that libel :-)?

  40. …Brodsky said he planned to file a motion regarding the state police detective’s supposed romantic overture.

    Huh?? I guess they are going to try an insanity plea as a defense… the attorney’s… LOL

  41. LOL
    Well, that was before Gloria spoke up. He’s been pretty quiet about the whole thing since. Maybe he’s very afraid of Ernie.

  42. “Just guess that the choice of Brodsky might be the Cook County and jury members taken from Chicago. ”

    Hmm, if the trial is moved to Cook County…I wonder if he’d be transfered to Cook County Jail?
    No time there for special treatment and from what I have heard…horrible, overcrowded and an all over very unpleasant place to be. I don’t see him being limoed from Will County every day of the trial. But, who knows?

  43. Also, I think that if you want a change of venue, along with a judge and jurors from the new county…they shouldn’t have to all go to Will Co…he should have to come to Cook.
    JMO of course.

  44. Facs, I’m with you. I, too, wish that, after each hearing, we’d get news accounts of the motions presented or argued, and/or any rulings by the Judge. The National Enquirer-esq stuff is getting old, I suppose. It’s just more of what the defense has been doing from when Stacy first went missing, trashing everyone involved and pushing the idea that Drew & Co. are the victims.

    Bah.

  45. Brodsky said that during an Aug. 14 court appearance, he also will attempt to get the case taken out of Will County and moved to another jurisdiction.

    Brodsky said the locals are too biased against Peterson and that “the further we go from Will County the less people have formed opinions.”

    *************

    First of all, I have no clue if the defense is able to get the whole lot moved out of the County, or just get a jury seated from an outside jurisdiction. It seems to be a question that we keep asking over and over, and one many of us would like to know. What does it matter, IMO, where the jury box is, as long as the panel is unbiased and willing to hear the evidence and come to a fair verdict? What’s with him asking to move the case out of Will County and into a different jurisdiction?

    When I read comments like this by Brodsky, it infuriates me. They damn well knew their sideshow was tainting any local jury pool, not to mention try and make a buck here and there from it. Even an offer to guard a whore house.

    Argh!!!!!

  46. The defense can ask the judge to move the trial out of Will County.

    The judge can say ‘No’.

    He can say that he might consider another Motion after all the preliminary Pre-Trial work is out of the way.

    He can also say that they should first try to seat an impartial jury and if not possible, then a Change of Venue could be considered.

    Judge White can also rule that it is because of the defendant’s own actions tainting the jury pool, a change would not be allowed.

    Then, of course, there would be an appeal by defense.

    See what else is going on in Will County Courts:

    Vaughn’s defense has eye on witnesses

    http://www.suburbanchicagonews.com/beaconnews/

  47. Thank you, Judgin, for the information and the link. Recognising Judge Rozak’s name is like seeing an old friend, lol. Is Glasgow either not planning to try DP himself, or does he think DP’s will end up substantially delayed? I wonder….(how ya doing, Wonder? Advance on the foot?)

  48. Glasgow said he is gonna try DP himself. It will be a long time before they get done playing with all the different defense tactics and appeals. It has been more than two years that Vaughan was arrested… June 14 2007 and pre-trial stuff is still going on.

  49. noway,
    As of yesterday, I too could log into the site. Maybe the web traffic due to the article created the error message. I understand that message comes up if the site is being over accessed.
    Thanks.

  50. Isn’t it infuriating that websites can and are set up to help support the defenses of some famous accused murderers? How can someone be so moved by a cause such as this, and not make better use of their donations by helping needy and starving children, or storm ravaged families? Or in Scott and Drew Peterson’s cases, donate money to abuse shelters. Casey Anthony is another misfit of society.

    I’ll never understand the nerve of these enablers, and the people who actually believe in and donate to their causes. In Scott Peterson’s case, whether his mama wants to believe him is her business, but he was schmoozing with Amber while his wife and unborn child were laying in pieces in the bottom of water. While it might not absolutely have concluded at the time that he was the murderer, it sure doesn’t fit how he could be his mama’s loving boy, while his wife and unborn child were missing and later found dead. Shedding his crocodile tears and hot-phone talking with his girlfriend.

    Drew Peterson sure played up his idea that he was a victim of his wife’s disappearance, so he could clamor for money to pay his defense. Sickening, isn’t it? Drew Peterson had a lawyer from the onset of this, who apparently was too conventional for his liking and was released early on. Thus, Brodsky, then came a web site for money, book deal, cable and network news appearances, dates with Drew, whore house chief. If Brodsky ever tries t market a book that it was his client that was out of control, he, himself, should be tarred and feathered, because he’d be nothing but a liar.

  51. Rescue, these people believe an injustice has occurred and Scott Peterson is innocent.

    They have every right to donate to whatever cause they feel needs it. While you and I might feel their money is being wasted, they do not agree.

    Oddly, I don’t see droves of people coming forward proclaiming Drew’s innocence. But then, I’m not really reading the comments on any article about him, so maybe they are there? Just waiting to make donation to his legal defense fund?

  52. Good morning.

    I went through lots of interviews with and on Drew Peterson again and I would not wonder if he was not given a chance to change the place of his trial.
    If Brodsky had planned moving the trial away from the very beginning, he should not have talked about it so early. I believe Glasgow is well prepared for this motion as he was before. I can’t wait :).

  53. Hi Cyrhla!

    That would make sense if looking after his client really was his priority, but alas, not. I think he thought he might be able to have it both ways….as much exposure for himself as possible, and a change of venue.

  54. “We do not think there is a basis for filing a complaint against any police officer and we have no plans to file such a complaint.”
    ***
    Just wondering…isn’t this a strange choice of words, even for Gloria?
    ‘We do not THINK’…and have no plans’
    Sounds to me like something happened. Otherwise, wouldn’t she just say, “Nothing happened and there is no basis to file…”?
    This has bothered me ever since I saw it.

  55. Hi everyone.

    I think, LOL, and I am so guilty of not ignoring this junk, that this baloney that comes from the defense should go in one ear and out the other. I should know better than to get caught up in Brodsky’s childish prattle, or discuss points against his useless insinuations or accusations. But, not one to let a thought go by, I guess if Brodsky can use his client to peddle chicken wings and his personal liquor establishment and be completely comfortable doing it, it’s beyond belief (that’s a catchy phrase he used in this police date matter) that he would use what little media time he had after the hearing to whine about Raines and the cop/s.

    I must make a mid-New Year’s Resolution to ignore his crap!

  56. Hi all.

    I wonder if things like the motions and rulings are public record. Certainly, I don’t think the county is obligated to post everything on their web site, but if the docs are available to the public I’d make an effort to obtain them and post all the info on our blog.

    Anyone know?

  57. http://willcountycircuitcourt.com/

    click on: On-Line Court Access

    Access to the Court System is by subscriber access only. Anyone can subscribe. To get more information please :
    Call 866 511-2892.
    Charges are as follows:
    $240/yr for Will County
    $300/yr for Will, Sangamon, Madison, Winnebago, Kane, Kendall, DeKalb
    coming soon Champaign.

    We don’t know how soon these documents are posted online after filed with the clerk or after appearing in court before the judge.

    The Will County Circuit Court Schedule is only updated on Monday mornings.

  58. LOL Sounds like ‘gamesmanship’ to me.

    “Chrissie has not had dinner with or gone to the movies with any police officer other than Drew Peterson and she has no interest in doing so,” the attorney, Gloria Allred, said in a written statement. “She does not feel that she was ‘hit on’ by any police officer. We do not think there is a basis for filing a complaint against any police officer and we have no plans to file such a complaint.”

    *******************************

    Chrissy visits DP at the jail. DP has been sitting in the clink without Chrissy and probably needs attention. DP probably told JB that Chrissy was ‘hit on’ by the ISP detective cuz he’s mad she is talking with LE and he can’t have his ways and control info.

    Meanwhile, Gloria Allred is being careful with her words so she isn’t accused of hurting DP’s case (he is his own fastest gravedigger).

    Chrissy would have to file any Complaint… NOT DP/JB.

    JB might want to base a Complaint about ISP trying to influence Chrissy’s testimony… just the same as DP has always seduced women. LOL

    DP thinks ISP stole his ‘git a woman program’. Haaaa

  59. Yes, we do, and what do you think our chances of that happening are????

    But, on a good note, we have a new post coming up later today that we think you’ll all be interested in. Let’s just say that, finally, we’ll have a way to get our questions answered!

  60. I’m anxious to see how or who you have to help try to explain the crazy world of DP and his Dopey Dream Defense Team… LOL

  61. LOL We’d have to go for the bargain multi-county package in case the trial’s moved!

    Judgin, you rock, and I think very astute re Drew’s accusation of Chrissy being hit on. 🙂

  62. I was tempted to subscribe to the Will County On-Line Court E Document Access service but I won’t need the service if the documents are not posted at time/date of filing, or the judge places a total gag order on the case, seals the court records or allows a Change of Venue to Lake County, IL where JB’s brother is a Circuit Court judge.

  63. DP’s actions with his locksmith toolkit and no Locksmith license is similar to

    DP’s actions and legal knowledge and no law license.

    DP’s position as ‘client’ in charge of his own destiny is the driving force behind

    DP’s Dopey Dream Defense Team Circular Firing Range

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