CHICAGO (CBS) — It was an unusual day in the Drew Peterson murder trial. For once, the judge did not have to warn the prosecutors to stop their low-blow misconduct or he’ll dismiss their case against Peterson.

Personally, I don’t care about Drew Peterson, but I do care about our system of justice. I care that our state’s attorneys and federal prosecutors are intimidating witnesses, ruining reputations, breaking rules – anything to win, so they can move into private practice and make millions, or move onto a ballot and get re-elected.

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In the Peterson trial, the state’s attorneys have been warned by the judge and ignored him, been warned and ignored him again, and again, and again.

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Once more, and they’re likely to be tossed out of court, Peterson likely to go free, which might be okay, because – to preserve our system of justice – it’s better sometimes that a defendant beat the system, than a prosecutor pervert it.

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