Editor’s Note: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Attorney Jon Schoenhorn could still be removed from the case.

NEW CANAAN, Conn. (WTNH) — Michelle Troconis, charged in connection to the disappearance and killing of a New Canaan mom, will be tried in a Stamford courthouse.

A judge denied a motion filed by Troconis’ attorney, Jon Schoenhorn, to move the case to a Hartford courthouse, the Stamford Superior Court Clerk’s Office confirmed to News 8 on Thursday.

News 8 has reached out to her attorney for comment, and has not heard back.

Troconis was Fotis Dulos’ live-in girlfriend when he allegedly killed his estranged wife, Jennifer Dulos, in May 2019 at her New Canaan home. Troconis faces charges of second-degree hindering prosecution, tampering with physical evidence and conspiracy to commit murder.

Jennifer Dulos’ body has never been found. Fotis Dulos died by suicide after being charged.

Troconis has another pretrial court date set for Sept. 25. Jury selection in the case is scheduled to begin on Oct. 4.

Last year, the prosecution moved to try and disqualify Schoenhorn from representing Troconis, arguing that he could be called as a witness because he had a hoodie potentially linked to the case for more than a year before he handed it over to authorities. The motion was dropped earlier this year after both sides agreed not to introduce the piece of clothing at trial.

And, just last month, Schoenhorn lost an appeal last month in a case where he attempted to access sealed documents in the Dulos’ custody case.