LEBANON, Ind. (AP) — Jurors are preparing to decide the fate of a former Indiana state trooper charged with killing his wife and two young children in 2000.
Closing arguments are scheduled Tuesday in David Camm's nearly eight-week trial, which was moved 100 miles north to find an impartial jury.
Camm has been convicted twice in the deaths of his family at their home in Georgetown in southern Indiana. Both convictions were overturned on appeal.
The 49-year-old Camm has maintained his innocence. He says he was playing pickup basketball with other men in a church gymnasium at the time of the slayings.
Charles Boney is serving a 225-year sentence for murder and conspiracy in the case. Prosecutors contend he conspired with Camm in the slayings and provided him the murder weapon.
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