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You need to file a motion in opposition to the suppression hearing and you also need to file a motion for a change of venue with the current court. Obviously, you will have to state valid reasons in both motions for your positions.
If the court rules adversely to you on either or both issues, you can file what is called an interlocutory appeal (an appeal of specific issues...not the case as a whole). You can then have the issues ruled on by an appellate court that may be more in your favor.
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