ENTERPRISE, Ala (WDHN) — A man accused of plotting his wife’s murder with his brother is asking for certain testimonies to be barred during their upcoming trial, including his children’s.

According to an indictment, in 2017, Darin Starr was paid by his brother, Jason Starr, who is also charged with Racketeering-Murder, with a 2016 Triumph motorcycle and an undisclosed amount of money to kill Jason’s wife and Enterprise teacher, Sara Starr. She was found in her driveway, dead from a gunshot wound.

On Tuesday, Jason and his attorneys filed a motion to stop his four children from testifying in the upcoming murder trial on September 11.

They claim the children’s opinions on their father’s guilt or alleged personal injuries are irrelevant and would unfairly influence the jury.

Jason also wants to quash the testimony of a secretary from the law office where he and Sara had their divorce proceedings, saying the testimony would violate attorney-client privilege.

A federal judge has not ruled on the request.

The Starr brother’s trial is expected to last several weeks.