Joliet, IL (CNN) - Attorneys for a former Chicago-area police officer accused of murder say they are feeling confident.
Before court Friday morning, Drew Peterson's lawyers spoke to reporters about the first-degree murder case against him. They also discussed the jurors, and how they are reacting to the trial.
Attorney Joel Brodsky even commented on what the jurors showed up to court in Thursday.
"That was interesting though, wasn't it, that all the jurors wore blue yesterday," he said.
[Reporter]: "Solidarity on their part?"
"It was interesting. But, I mean, I like it," said Brodsky. "I think happy jurors don't convict. That's my personal opinion, that jurors that are enjoying themselves and are glad, happy, so to speak, that they're less likely to convict. So, I think it's a good sign."
Peterson has pleaded not guilty to killing his third wife, Kathleen Savio. She was found dead in a bathtub back in 2004.
Peterson was charged in her death after his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, mysteriously vanished in 2007.
Stacy still hasn't been found. Peterson is a suspect in her disappearance, but hasn't been charged. He says she ran off with another man.