Peterson retrial hearing: Brodsky testifies

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In what has to be one of the most awkward moments of this entire Drew Peterson case, defense attorney Steve Greenberg is questioning Joel Brodsky on the stand about a public relations agreement Brodsky signed into with Glen Selig.   Selig of the publicity agency was the public relations agency that assisted Brodsky and Peterson with media interviews.

Brodsky and Greenberg have been feuding throughout the trial, which resulted in Brodsky resigning and a lawsuit against Greenberg.

Greenberg has spent his time questioning Brodsky about money he paid to a public relations agency out of Drew Peterson trust account.   Not a single question regarding Harry Smith.

Brodsky is off the stand.

The hearing will be continued at 10 a.m. Wednesday.

Sentencing expected to follow unless new trial granted.

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