Testimony will resume Tuesday in David Camm's third murder trial, after questions about life insurance policies were raised in court. Prosecutors say hefty policies taken out on Camm's wife and children a month before they were killed in 2000 could provide a monetary motive. Camm's attorneys called that line of questioning speculation. Camm is charged with the murders of his wife and two children at their Georgetown, Indiana home. Two Previous convictions have been reversed.