A jury recommends life in the case of an ex-Indiana state trooper.
The same jury on Friday convicted David Camm of three counts of murder for the September 2000 slayings of his wife and children ages seven and five.
Camm will be sentenced on March 28. It's the second time he's been convicted in the killings.
He was serving a 195-year prison sentence in 2004 when the state appeals court overturned his first conviction in the murders ruling testimony about his extramarital affairs unfairly biased jurors.
His attorney says she will appeal the conviction regardless of the sentence.
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