LEBANON, Ind. - Attorneys are expected to take two weeks to find enough jurors from a central Indiana county who haven't formed an opinion about a southern Indiana man convicted twice of killing his wife and two children.
Potential jurors in David Camm's third murder trial were identified only by number when they took the stand Monday in Boone County, northwest of Indianapolis. The trial has been moved about 100 miles because of publicity.
Two prospective jurors said they had heard about the case in the news media but that wouldn't bias them one way or another.
Appeals courts overturned Camm's earlier convictions. Kimberly Camm and the couple's son and daughter were fatally shot at their Floyd County home in 2000.
The trial is expected to last six to 10 weeks.