Camm plans to seek up to $30M from county, state - News, Weather & Sports

Camm plans to seek up to $30M from county, state

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By Daniel Suddeath, News and Tribune

NEW ALBANY, IN (News and Tribune) - A lawsuit hasn't been filed, but an attorney for David Camm said Thursday he will pursue a tort claim against Floyd County and state defendants.

Since the claim hasn't been filed, the exact amount of damages sought hasn't been established, but officials confirmed a letter sent to the county dated April 16 from Camm's attorney detailed that the lawsuit could be worth up to $30 million.

Camm was acquitted last year following his third murder trial for the murders of his wife, Kimberly, and children, Brad and Jill. The three were slain in their Georgetown home in 2000.

He was found guilty of the murders following the initial 2002 trial, but Camm's conviction was overturned on appeal in 2004. He was again convicted of the killings in 2006. That verdict also was overturned, which led to last year's trial and the not guilty verdicts.

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