Michelle Troconis' Lawyer Seeks To Move Jennifer Dulos Court Case Nov 24, 2020 STAMFORD, CT — The attorney representing Michelle Troconis, one of the suspects accused of conspiracy in the disappearance of Jennifer Farber Dulos, argued in a court hearing Tuesday to have the case moved, but a prosecutor countered that they missed their chance. Attorney Jon Schoenhorn said during the court hearing, which was held virtually as a concession to the coronavirus pandemic, that the conspiracy to commit murder charge his client faces "is alleged to have occurred" in Hartford County, not Fairfield County. [..] Assistant State's Attorney Daniel Cummings argued to Judge John Blawie that for more than six months after Troconis' initial arrest on June 1, 2019, her then attorney Andrew Bowman not only did not object to the case being in Stamford court, but also consented to hold it there. [..] "There is nothing showing that my client was in Fairfield County" as it pertains to the accusation of conspiracy, Schoenhorn said. Cummings said that whether Jennifer Dulos was killed in New Canaan or not, "the overt act" occurred there. [..] In a motion filed in late September, Schoenhorn listed several items, such as underlying notes from lab tests of evidence; video footage (including video of Troconis being transported by police following her arrest); surveillance footage of a person riding a bicycle (who authorities believe was Fotis Dulos to get from Waveny Park to Jennifer Dulos' home on May 24); an unpublished manuscript written by Jennifer Dulos; the report in the custody battle between Fotis and Jennifer over their five children. Schoenhorn said his client testified in the custody case, and there might be information pertinent to his client's defense. [..] During the hearing, Blawie learned that the custody case had been dismissed, and decided that he would review the report to determine whether it should be turned over to Schoenhorn. [..] Blawie said he will rule on the requests in the next several weeks, and set the next court date (which again might be virtual) for Jan. 25.