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Last updated on Wednesday, June 26, 2013
(JEFFERSONVILLE) - The prosecutor in David Camm’s third murder trial says things are on schedule.
Special Prosecutor Stan Levco says that even with the significant number of motions presented to the judge in a hearing on Monday, he believes the case will still go to trial on August 5. Levco says the motions include a broad spectrum of issues from evidence admissibility to issues with witnesses.
He says he expects to judge to rule on Monday's motions in the next few weeks and says more motions will be presented to Special Judge Jonathan Dartt at a July 16 hearing.
The former Indiana State Trooper is facing his third murder trial in the deaths of his wife Kim and kids Jill and Brad in their Georgetown, Indiana home September of 2000. The convictions from the two previous trials were overturned on appeal.
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