ST. CHARLES, Mo. (KMOX) – The St. Charles County prosecutor argues Pamela Hupp can get a fair murder trial here.

In response to a defense request for a change of venue, the prosecution claims an impartial jury can still be seated here, despite heavy pre-trial publicity.

The prosecution also disputes the defense claim that St. Charles county jurors would have a bias to believe the prosecution, saying there’s no evidence of that.

Hupp is accused in the August murder of a man shot and killed in her home, allegedly as part of a ruse to divert suspicion away from her in another killing.

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