Idaho Court Bans Video, Photographing of Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell Hearings – NBC Utah

IDAHO- A court has issued an order prohibiting recording and photography of future scheduled hearings for Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell, including the trial.

The court said audio recording of all future proceedings will continue to be allowed, using courtroom microphones operated by court staff. In addition, the recording will be subject to future approval and, if approved, will be monitored to ensure that the microphones do not record unwarranted conversations between attorney and clients.

The trial will begin on October 11, 2022.

In order to facilitate attendance at the trial in Ada County for citizens of Fremont County and Madison County who have missed being present, the Court intends to provide designated seating at the trial in a manner to be further determined later. detail.

The judge, attorneys and prosecutors in the Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell case announced that the trial will take place in the city of Boise at the Ada County Courthouse in January 2023 for 10 weeks.

Lori Vallow is accused of murdering her children JJ and Tylee who disappeared in September 2019, shortly after Daybell and Vallow were married. Daybell’s ex-wife, Tammy, died of what was originally believed to be natural causes shortly before Daybell and Vallow were married. Vallow’s ex-husband also died under suspicious circumstances in 2019.

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Authorities found the buried bodies of 7-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow and 16-year-old Tylee Ryan at the Idaho property owned by Chad Daybell in June 2020.

Several people close to Vallow have raised red flags about his state of mind and his strange beliefs about the end of the world.

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The indictments say the couple “endorsed and defended religious beliefs in order to encourage and/or justify the killings” of Tylee, Joshua and Daybell’s wife, Tammy Daybell, whom he is accused of murdering.

Lori Vallow’s husband was arrested Tuesday morning by Rexburg Police in Idaho.

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