LEBANON, Ind. (AP) -- Attorneys for a former Indiana state trooper charged with fatally shooting his wife and two children opened their defense of him by questioning the actions of an investigator's assistant in the case.
Attorneys for David Camm began calling witnesses Tuesday in his third trial on murder charges after prosecutors rested their case on Thursday after four weeks of testimony.
The defense called the assistant for a crime scene reconstruction expert to testify, questioning his qualifications for advising police investigators about the September 2000 shooting at Camm's home in the southern Indiana town of Georgetown.
Camm has twice been convicted of the shootings, but those were thrown out on appeal.
The shootings happened about four months after Camm resigned from the state police.