Cult mom and convicted child killer Lori Vallow’s Arizona trial suddenly delayed one month before start

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Lori Vallow’s Arizona trial has been delayed until February 2025 to give the defense for the “Doomsday cult mom” more time to review the “substantial” discovery in the case.

A Maricopa County judge granted the defense’ earlier motion during a Tuesday status hearing to push the trial from its original date of August 1 to February 25, 2025.

Vallow, who was found guilty in Idaho last year of killing her two youngest kids, Tylee Ryan and JJ Vallow, is also accused of conspiring to murder her fourth husband Charles Vallow in 2019 and conspiring on the attempted murder of her niece’s ex-husband Brandon Boudreaux.

Boudreaux and his wife were in the courtroom for the hearing on Tuesday, Fox10’s Justin Lum reported. Charles Vallow’s sister, Kay Woodcock, was also present for the hearing.

Public defender Gerald Bradley confirmed to Judge Justin Beresky that Vallow does not want to waive speedy trial rights. In the motion, he wrote that “continuance is necessary to provide her competent representation at trial.” Vallow was in the courtroom briefly before she waived her appearance and was escorted back to jail.

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