Lori Vallow gives notice of alibi and Chad Daybell seeks delay in trial

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Ahead of the trial set for spring, Lori Vallow is asking to meet with Chad Daybell to discuss their options. According to East Idaho News, Vallow gave a notice of alibi and her attorney asked the judge to not consider capital punishment in her case.

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, 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.

East Idaho News reported that Vallow’s attorney filed a motion for Vallow and Daybell to meet ahead of the trial. Since Daybell was arrested on June 9, 2020, the couple have only spoken one time. They are asking for unrecorded conversations to discuss their options.

In a notice of alibi filed on Jan. 5, reviewed by the Deseret News, Vallow’s attorneys claimed that Vallow was in her apartment when her children died and that she was in Hawaii when Tammy Daybell died.

The alibi said, “Lori Vallow was in her own apartment in Rexburg, Idaho, when J.J. Vallow and Tylee Ryan died in the apartment of Alex Cox in Rexburg, Idaho. Defendant was with Melanie Gibb, David Warwick, and/or Chad Daybell. Lori Vallow was in Hawaii when Tammy Daybell died at the home of Chad Daybell in Salem, Idaho. Defendant was with Melani Boudreaux and/or Audrey Barattiero.”

Content retrieved from: https://www.deseret.com/2023/1/9/23547141/lori-vallow-murders-abili.

1 comment

  1. Will Lori Vallow claim as a defense that the undue influence of Chad Daybell led to her participation in the murders in an attempt to avoid the death penalty?

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