By Rod Rose
Assistant Managing Editor
Jurors could decide today whether David C. Camm is guilty of killing his family.
The case was given to the jury at 4:38 p.m. Tuesday, after more than 10 weeks of testimony from experts on DNA and blood splatter; Charles Boney, who was convicted of the killings in a separate trial; and the presentation of complex and often technical evidence.
Camm has twice been convicted of shooting to death his wife Kim, son Brad, and daughter Jill, in the garage of their Georgetown, Ind. home on Sept. 28, 2000. Both convictions were overturned on appeal.
Because of extensive publicity in southern Indiana and northern Kentucky media, Camm’s third trial was moved to Lebanon.
Stacy Uliana, who has been on Camm’s defense team for 11 years, told the jury in her closing argument that the state was guilty of “a rush to judgment.”
Closing arguments began shortly after 9 a.m. in a Boone Circuit Courtroom so packed with spectators that nearly 20 folding chairs were brought in so that everyone could be seated.
It was a matter of connecting the dots to convict Camm of murder, said Boone County Prosecutor Todd Meyer, who assisted Special Prosecutor Stan Levko in representing the state.
Over nearly 90 minutes, Meyer meticulously connected those dots.
See Wednesday's Lebanon Reporter for more of this story.