LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- The David Camm case is well known across Kentuckiana and it has been an ongoing battle for him to prove he did not commit the crime. Now, Camm is set to begin his third trial after spending 13 years behind bars.
Camm was convicted twice of killing his wife, Kimberly, and the couple’s two children, Bradley and Jill, at their Georgetown home back in 2000. Those convictions were both overturned.
For the duration of this trial, WHAS11 will get expert analysis from Kent Wicker. Wicker is a former federal prosecutor and now works as a criminal defense attorney.
Wicker stopped by the studio to talk about the trial that began Monday with jury selection.
Click the video player above to watch Wicker’s analysis.
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