Investigating Innocence

DateOctober 1, 2014Time3:30 - 4:30 pm
LocationRoom 120
DescriptionDavid Camm was accused and convicted of capital murder in Indiana in 2002. He became a suspect because of an interpretation of bloodstain patterns on his clothing as well as other evidence that was later found to be unreliable. He was exonerated and released in 2013. Mr. Camm and Bill Clutter, a member of Mr. Camm’s trial team and the founder of the Illinois Innocence Project, will be on campus in October to speak about Mr. Camm’s exoneration and innocence cases in general.
Publisherzzz (old) Law Current Students
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