Camm murder trial continues | News
New requests for evidence to be kept out of David Camm's third trial were filed Wednesday in a Spencer County courtroom.
The former state trooper is ready to go before a jury again for killing his wife Kim Camm, 35 and the couple's two children Brad, 7, and Jill, 5, in 2000 in Floyd County. He's been found guilty twice, but both convictions were overturned.
Several of the motions filed involved Charles Boney. David Camm's Attorney Stacey Uliana argued Boney is responsible for the three murders.
Boney is already serving time for his role in their deaths. He allegedly supplied the gun Camm used and was there at the time they were killed.
Both the defense and the prosecution agree Boney is a part of the case, but they differ on how. Boney is expected to testify, however Special Prosecutor Stan Levco is asking for some of Boney's criminal history, character and foot fetish to be kept out.
Levco also filed a motion Wednesday requesting the defense to identify all witnesses they intend to call who will testify of the truthfulness of the State's witnesses. The issue is blood spatter. Camm's past trials focused a lot on the blood spatter on Camm's clothes after the family's deaths.
Uliana plans to call witnesses who limit the credibility of these blood spatter experts. Levco says he wants to know the substance behind their witnesses' claims before they take the stand.
Camm was not at the hearing Wednesday, but is expected to be in Spencer County in February when the judge rules on the motions. The case is being held in the Rockport courtroom until it is moved to Boone County north of Indianapolis for the trial in August.