Judge to rule on new evidence, death penalty for Vallow-Daybell

Lori Vallow-Daybell and her attorney Jim Archibald are shown her during a recent hearing. Seventh District Court Judge Steven Boyce plans to review motions concerning the death penalty and new evidence in Vallow-Daybell’s case.

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A “discovery dump” has caused the defense team in the Lori Vallow-Daybell trial to express concern about reviewing all new evidence just weeks before her April 3 trial in Ada County.

Vallow-Daybell and her husband Chad Daybell are charged in the murders of her children Tylee Ryan, 16, and J.J. Vallow 7. Chad Daybell also faces murder charges in the death of his first wife Tammy Daybell. Seventh District Court Judge Steven Boyce severed the original trial but has not rescheduled Chad Daybell’s trial.

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