Judge orders attorneys in David Camm trial to work over weekend


The David Camm trial in Boone County is taking a break until Tuesday morning, but attorneys must still work over the weekend.

The judge asked them to write down their concerns about a key issue in the case, whether life insurance can be presented as a motive for the murders.

The defense also questioned a DNA expert who examined possible blood stains on a T-shirt, which is a key piece of evidence in the case.

The Camm trial was moved to Boone County due to extensive publicity in southern Indiana, where Camm is accused of killing his wife and children.

The murders happened a few months after he left his job with Indiana State Police.