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LEBANON, Ind. (WDRB) -- A jury has been seated in David Camm's third trial -- 12 jurors and seven alternates were picked on Tuesday afternoon.
Jury makeup is eight women and four men. The alternates include four women and three men.
During jury selection, Special Prosecutor Stan Levco warned alternate jurors and prospective alternate jurors that this will be a long trial and there's a good chance that one of them could be needed.
Camm, a former Indiana State Trooper, is accused of killing his wife, Kim, and their two children, Jill and Brad, in the garage of their Georgetown home on September 28, 2013.
He has been tried and convicted twice -- but both convictions were overturned on appeal. Camm has steadfastly maintained his innocence and claimed another person killed his family. DNA evidence from a sweatshirt at the murder scene later linked Charles Boney, an ex-convict, to the killings.
Boney was arrested in 2005. He was tried and convicted in 2006, and was sentenced to 225 years. Camm was tried separately and found guilty a second time, but that conviction was overturned.
Opening statements were expected to begin Thursday.