Cameron Waves Jury Trial 

A former Maine prosecutor accused of downloading child pornography on his home computer has waived his right to a jury trial.James Cameron, Maine’s former top drug prosecutor, asked for testimony to be heard by a judge instead of a jury.The trial in federal court will begin in August.The 48-year-old Cameron of Hallowell remains free on $75,000 unsecured bail. He’s required to wear an electronic monitor and abide by internet restrictions.The investigation that led to the charges began in December 2007.Cameron served as an Assistant Attorney General in Augusta until the State Police investigation became public in the spring of 2008.