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Camm trial 9/23: What to expect from the defense

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The garage at the Camm family home - the scene of the murders. The garage at the Camm family home - the scene of the murders.

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The defense begins presenting its case Tuesday in the third murder trial of David Camm.

After four weeks of testimony, the prosecution wrapped up its case on September 19 against Camm, who is accused of killing his family on September 28, 2000 in the garage of their Georgetown, Indiana home. His two previous convictions were thrown out on appeal.

Defense lawyer Stacy Uliana said she is unsure whether Camm will testify, but they are ready to present their side.

"Now it's our turn to talk and I'm pretty confident in what we have to say," said Uliana. "You know, I think the jury still has an open mind. At least I hope they do."

The defense is expected to take three weeks to present its case.

Gordon Boyd has been covering the trial for WAVE 3 News and our partners at the News and Tribune. Watch the video with this story to hear what he expects as the defense presents its case.

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