LEBANON, Ind. (AP) — Prosecutors have rested their case in the third trial of a former Indiana State Police trooper on charges that he killed his wife and two young children.
Prosecutors call their final witnesses on Thursday — four weeks after testimony began in David Camm's trial on murder charges. The News and Tribune and The Courier-Journal report that the trial will be in recess until Tuesday, when the defense is expected to start calling witnesses.
Camm is accused of fatally shooting his family in September 2000 at their home in the southern Indiana town of Georgetown, about four months after he resigned from the state police. Camm's two previous convictions were thrown out on appeal.
Defense lawyer Stacy Uliana says she's unsure whether Camm will testify.
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