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Friday, September 09, 2011

Ind. Decisions - Court of Appeals sets oral argument in David Camm appeal

But incredibly, anyone interested in watching this very high-profile oral argument will have to drive to Vincennes!

Notice has just been posted on the Clerk's docket that argument is set for Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 at Shircliff Theatre, Vincennes University. Scheduled panel members are Judges Baker, Najam and Bailey.

The Court of Appeals videocasts and archives oral arguments held in the Statehouse in Indianapolis. This is a "road trip" and those have never been videocast in the past.

This is an interlocutory appeal. A LCJ story April 12th reported:

Proceedings had been unofficially halted in the Spencer County courtroom of Special Judge Jonathan Dartt since the appeals court agreed last month to review Dartt’s ruling allowing Prosecutor Keith Henderson to remain on the case despite having signed a contract to write a book on it while Camm’s second conviction was still on appeal.
There is some good news - the ILB will be posting the briefs prior to the October oral argument.

Here is a lengthy list of all earlier ILB entries re "David Camm."

Posted by Marcia Oddi on September 9, 2011 05:00 PM
Posted to Upcoming Oral Arguments