LEBANON, Ind. -- Jury selection continues in Lebanon for David Camm's third trial. Fourteen potential jurors will return to the Boone County Courthouse on Friday after passing the first round of jury selection on Tuesday, Aug. 13.
One Juror was excused because her husband went to police academy with David Camm and another, after David Camm's lead defense attorney asked, said he he knew a lot about the case.
The judge, defense and prosecutor are all walking a thin line of trying to find a juror who hasn't heard too much about Camm's case. Some of the jurors say they haven't heard of it but others say they have heard small, vague details from people in the community, TV or newspapers.
The prosecution did seem to ask more questions of the potential jurors on Tuesday, but the length of time it takes the defense to question jurors is still much longer than the prosecution's time. Each side is asking the juror if they can be fair and open to each of the prosecution's and defense's arguments, during the trial; however, the defense takes its time really driving the point home for the juror.
Another pool of potential jurors will be questioned on Wednesday, Aug. 14.
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