Judge Selected for Third Trial of Accused Murderer
The Indiana Supreme Court has chosen Spencer County Circuit Judge Jonathan Dartt to preside at the third murder trial of David Camm.
The former Indiana state trooper is accused of murdering his wife and two children in 2000.
Camm's lawyers asked for the appointment of a special judge earlier this year, arguing that Warrick County Superior Court Judge Tobert Aylsworth has taken too long to rule on a request for change of venue.
Floyd County Chief Deputy Steve Owen -- who is helping prosecute Camm -- says they are looking forward to moving forward with the case.
Camm has been convicted of killing his wife and children in the garage of their Georgetown home in September 2000, but both verdicts have been overturned.