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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- A Warrick County judge has denied bond for accused murderer David Camm.
A judge decided last month that Camm's third trial will take place somewhere in northern Indiana. He is currently in an Evansville jail.
Although the former Indiana State trooper was twice found guilty of killing his wife Kim and their two children, Jill and Brad, both convictions were overturned.
"I'm always optimistic," Sam Lockhart, David Camm's uncle said last month. "I've been disappointed some in the past, and supposedly I'll be disappointed again. But hopefully this time I won't."
But Jill Camm's father Frank Renn said at the time, "He's guilty...nothing's changed where he might be innocent now."
Camm's third trial is set to begin sometime in August of 2013.
Camm's attorneys will argue they were not allowed to tell the jury about the criminal background of his co-defendant, Charles Boney. A separate jury in Floyd County convicted Boney of the murders in 2006.
Camm's attorneys also will argue that prosecutor Keith Henderson should not have told the jury Camm killed his family to cover up alleged sexual abuse of his daughter.