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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Five potential jurors in the third David Camm trial have survived the first round of jury selection. Attorneys on both sides have been asking tough questions as they try to pick 12 jurors.
On Tuesday, one juror was struck from consideration even before she was interviewed. She indicated in a questionnaire that she believed Camm was guilty. She also noted that her husband went to the police academy with Camm.
Jury selection is expected to continue throughout the week, with the intention of selecting jurors on Friday, although the process could take longer.
Camm is a former Indiana state trooper accused of killing his wife and two children in the garage of their Georgetown, Ind. home in September of 2000. He has been convicted twice, but both convictions have been overturned by higher courts.
During the second trial, Charles Boney was named as a suspect and eventually convicted and sentenced to life in prison.