The trial, which began in mid-August with jury selection, is expected to go several more weeks. The defense still has more witnesses to call and has yet to reveal whether it will put David Camm on the stand. After the defense rests, the prosecution is expected to call several rebuttal witnesses before closing arguments begin.
Camm has twice been convicted in the murders of his wife and children, in 2002 and 2006. But both convictions were overturned by appeals courts that ruled there was improper evidence introduced during the first two trials.
Maureen Hayden covers the Statehouse for the CNHI newspapers in Indiana. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.