State Supreme Court Denies Request to Rehear Appeal
The Indiana Supreme Court says it won't reconsider its ruling that overturned the murder convictions against David Camm, a former state trooper accused of killing his wife and two children in 2000.
The court voted 3-2 Monday to deny the Attorney General's request for a rehearing of Camm's appeal.
The court ruled 4-1 in June that the 2006 convictions should be overturned, because prosecutors argued without any evidence that Camm molested his daughter.
Camm has twice been convicted, and both convictions have been set aside on appeal. He remains in prison, awaiting a decision on whether he will face a new trial.