Bathtub may figure in Peterson murder trial
Prosecutors in Drew Peterson's upcoming murder trial have failed to convince a judge to let them bring in the bathtub where Peterson's third wife was found dead.

Kathleen Savio was killed in 2004; but it took a second autopsy, years later, to determine her death wasn't accidental.

Peterson's trial starts in less than three weeks.

The bathtub may yet be part of the trial evidence; judge Edward Burmilla left open the possibility that jurors could travel to Savio’s old home to view the crime scene if the bathtub were re-installed there.

Peterson is also a suspect in the disappearance of his fourth wife Stacy.

The judge said some of Stacy Peterson's hearsay comments before her disappearance may be used as evidence at Peterson's trial.