LEBANON, IN (WAVE) – There was a second push for a mistrial in David Camm's third murder trial.
Wednesday morning, the defense called for a mistrial following testimony from Tom Bevel, a crime scene analyst, and questions about possible domestic violence.
Camm is accused of killing his wife, Kim, 35, and their children, Bradley, 7, and Jill, 5, on September 28, 2000 in the garage of their Georgetown, Indiana home.
The latest mistrial request comes after a motion made on Tuesday. In that motion, the defense cited a statement from Mala Mattingly, the ex-girlfriend of Charles Boney, which was recently handed over to the defense.
Special Judge Jon Dartt said he would take that motion for mistrial under advisement and let the defense recall Boney for further questioning, if necessary.
Dartt denied the latest mistrial request.