Kim., Bradley and Jill Camm (Source: WAVE 3 Archives)
LEBANON, IN (WAVE) - Jurors in the David Camm murder trial have indicated to the judge that they are uncomfortable with the staring match going on in the courtroom.
On September 9, Camm and Charles Boney, a prosecution witness, were seen glaring at each other for extended periods of time as Boney took the stand.
Boney is serving 225 years after he was convicted of the murders of Kim, Bradley and Jill Camm.
Special Judge Jon Dartt has warned both Boney and Camm to stop glaring at each other. Dartt had been informed the staring was distracting and uncomfortable for jury members.
Boney was back on the stand today to undergo cross examination from the defense. Camm's attorneys are focusing on the many different versions of what Boney said happened on September 28, 2000, the night Camm's family was murdered in their Georgetown, IN garage.
Tuesday, April 20 2010 11:21 PM EDT2010-04-21 03:21:00 GMT
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