LEBANON, Ind. (AP) -- Jury selection could take two weeks in the third trial of a former Indiana state trooper accused of killing his wife and two children in September 2000.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys on Monday began questioning prospective jurors in the trial of David Camm. He's been convicted twice of killing Kimberly Camm and their son and daughter. Higher courts have overturned both convictions over inadmissible evidence.
Defense attorney Stacy Uliana says both sides began jury selection by weeding out people who had hardships that would prevent them from serving or who had already decided Camm's guilt or innocence.
The trial was moved to Boone County in hopes that an impartial jury could be found. The slayings occurred more than 100 miles away at the family's Georgetown, Ind., home.
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