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Lawyer for Berkshire suspect wants trial moved

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The lawyer for one of three men charged with a Berkshire County triple slaying has asked a judge to move his client’s trial out of the county because extensive news coverage has impaired the ability to get a fair trial. The Berkshire Eagle reported that the attorney for Adam Lee Hall, 36, told a judge he would like to see his client’s trial held in a jurisdiction where there is less of a chance the jury pool has been ‘‘affected by the pretrial publicity.’’ Hall, a member of the Hells Angels, is charged along with two others with killing David Glasser, Edward Frampton, and Robert Chadwell in August 2011 to prevent Glasser from testifying against him in another case.

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