The trial of a Mexico, Missouri, woman accused of murdering her infant in early 2009, in Miller County, faces another delay…this time because of a change of venue granted this past Friday. 41-year-old Emily Usnick is charged with Second-Degree Murder when the body of her infant was discovered during a drug raid in a plastic tub in a car in the garage of the home where she had been staying. The defense for Usnick was able to successfully argue for the change of venue based on, among other factors, not being able to assemble an impartial jury due to media coverage of the alleged crime. The case will now be heard in Laclede County with a new trial date to be set within the next two months. Usnick also faces two drug charges and Endangering the Welfare of a Child. Judge Stan Moore is presiding over the trial.