Defense Urges no Rehearing on Family Slaying
Lawyers for a former Indiana state trooper accused of killing his wife and two children say the state Supreme Court should stick with its decision to overturn his murder convictions.
David Camm's defense attorneys argue that the court ruled correctly in its 4-1 decision in June and that it does not need to reconsider the case as requested by the state attorney general's office.
Defense attorney Stacy Uliana says the state presented nothing new that might change the court's ruling that the trial judge improperly allowed prosecutors to raise the prospect that Camm had molested his daughter.
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.
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