GEORGETOWN, IN (WAVE) - A hearing on the admissibility of DNA evidence in a former Indiana State Trooper's third trial will occur Thursday.
Jury selection is scheduled to being August 12 in the case against David Camm, who is accused of killing his wife and two children.
Juries convicted Camm of murder in 2002 and 2006, but both verdicts were overturned.
Camm is trying to clear his name in the 2000 murders of his wife Kim and their two children, Brad and Jill. All three were found murdered in their Georgetown, IN home.
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