A shirt worn the night a former state trooper's wife and children were murdered will be observed.
The defense in former Indiana State Trooper David Camm's third murder trial will get to observe the t-shirt Camm wore the night of the murders. A Spencer County judge allowed the viewing to take place before the prosecution tests the shirt for DNA.
In Camm's previous trials, experts have testified Camms shirt had blood spatter from gunshots at the crime scene where his wife, Kim, and their two children, Brad and Jill, were fatally shot in September 2000.
The prosecution will not be allowed to state that Camm was involved in a conspiracy with Charles Boney, who has already been convicted in the murders, but the judge ruled the prosecution can argue Camm was an accomplice.
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