David Camm Murder Trial

October 24, 2013 by  

David Camm Murder Trial, Former Indiana state Trooper David Camm was found not guilty after being tried a third time in the murders of his wife and two children at their Georgetown home.

Camm — who had been convicted twice previously in the murders — dropped his head to the defense table and sobbed loudly as the first verdict, in the murder of his wife Kim, was read by Judge Jonathan Dartt. He then raised himself to listen as he was cleared in the deaths of his children, Brad, 7, and Jill, 5.

Defense lawyer Stacy Uliana, who worked on the case for 11 years, also burst into tears and laid her arm over Camm as he rocked forward toward the table several times.

Camm’s sister Julie Blankenbaker, brother Donnie and his father, Donald Camm Sr., cried and hugged in the front row as the jury was escorted from the courtroom. Other relatives behind them dropped their heads, sobbing and pulling each other close.

“God is good,” Blankenbaker said, looking dazed as she left the courthouse moments after officers escorted her brother — without handcuffs — to a waiting SUV outside the court.

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