NEW ALBANY, Ind. (AP) — The family of a former Indiana state trooper accused of killing his wife and two children in 2000 hopes his third murder trial finally brings the freedom they say he deserves.
Opening arguments are expected this week in David Camm's trial in Lebanon, about 25 miles northwest of Indianapolis.
Camm has been convicted twice of killing his wife, Kimberly, and their children, 7-year-old Bradley and 5-year-old Jill, at their Georgetown home on Sept. 28, 2000. Higher courts overturned both rulings because of inadmissible evidence.
Camm's father, 82-year-old Donald Camm, tells the News and Tribune he hopes DNA evidence that a judge recently ruled admissible will finally clear his son.
A second man, Charles Boney, is serving 225 years in the case. Prosecutors contend he was Camm's accomplice.
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