After Judge Steven Boyce decided that Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell would be tried together, a new date for the joint trial has been set.
According to Fox 10 News, Daybell and Vallow will be tried together on April 3, 2023, in Ada County, Idaho.
J.J. Vallow and Tylee Ryan, Vallow’s children, went missing in September 2019. Their bodies were later found on June 9, 2020, in the yard of Vallow’s husband, Chad Daybell.
Vallow and Daybell were investigated for the children’s deaths, along with the deaths of their former spouses, and were charged with several crimes.
According to East Idaho News, Daybell’s attorney had tried to get his case severed from Vallow’s, but the judge denied the motion. Prosecutors are pursuing the death penalty in the case. Daybell and Vallow are both pleading not guilty.
Deseret News previously reported on the charges that Daybell and Vallow are facing.
What are Daybell and Vallow jointly charged with?
On May 25, 2021, East Idaho News published the indictment document that contains the following charges of which they were both indicted:
According to East Idaho News, both Vallow and Daybell have pleaded not guilty.
Have either of them been charged with separate charges?
On May 25, 2021, East Idaho News published the indictment document that contains the following charges:
Chad Daybell’s separate charges:
Lori Vallow’s separate charges:
In the state of Arizona, Lori Vallow was indicted on a different charge.
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