Ind. court won't reconsider family slaying case

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Posted on November 30, 2009 at 3:17 PM

Updated Thursday, Mar 13 at 12:11 PM

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Indiana Supreme Court won't reconsider its ruling that overturned the murder convictions against a former southern Indiana state trooper accused of killing his wife and two young children.

The court voted 3-2 Monday to deny the attorney general's request for a rehearing of David Camm's appeal.

The court ruled 4-1 in June that prosecutors inflamed the jury by arguing without any evidence that Camm had molested his daughter. Camm has twice been convicted and both convictions have been set aside on appeal.

The 45-year-old Camm remains in prison awaiting a decision on whether he'll face a new trial in the 2000 killings at the family's home in the southern Indiana town of Georgetown.

Floyd County Prosecutor Keith Henderson wasn't immediately available for comment.

For more WHAS11 coverage on the David Camm trial, click here.

 

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