The murder trial will continue Tuesday after court recessed early Friday because of a sick juror.
ISP crime scene tech Robert Deel, locksmith Christopher Wolzen and retired Illinois State Police Sgt. Patrick Collins were set to testify Friday, but only Savio's oldest sister, Anna Marie Doman, took the stand before testimony was cut short.
Doman gave some explosive testimony about Drew Peterson allegedly banging on Kathleen Savio's door and demanding to be let in the day after she was found dead.
Just six weeks before she was found dead in March 2004, Savio visited Doman, Doman said. She looked "afraid" and "upset," Doman said. "Drew told her he was going to kill her. She wasn't going to make it to the divorce settlement. She wasn't going to get his pension or her children."
Doman also said Peterson cleaned the tub where Savio was found dead.
Over the weekend, Nancy Grace grilled , one of Drew Peterson's attorneys.
Grace's opening question -- why did the defense put on its witness list. Brodsky responded that the defense has to add anyone who would be called to the witness stand.
Grace grilled Brodsky on bruises found on body, including contusions on her body and a laceration on the back of her head.
She also asked Brodsky why Peterson was cracking jokes during the trial, which Brodsky said was due to isolation. He said Peterson was business-like in front of the jury.
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