SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — The sentencing date for Lori Vallow Daybell has been set by an Idaho judge after her convictions for the murder of two of her children and her husband’s former wife.
The date was set for July 31 at 9 a.m. at the Fremont County Courthouse in St. Anthony, Idaho. Vallow Daybell’s trial was moved from the area to Boise.
According to a news release sent by the court, the hearing was expected to stream live for the public to watch.
After the prosecution presented their case over several weeks, Vallow Daybell’s attorneys opted against calling witnesses and promptly rested their case.
The jury deliberated for two days before returning with guilty verdicts on all counts, including two counts of first-degree murder, three counts of conspiracy to commit murder and one count of grand theft.
A pre-sentencing investigation was scheduled with Idaho Adult Probation and Parole in advance of the July sentencing. The report was expected to serve as a guide to determine how long Vallow Daybell might serve in prison.
She could face multiple life sentenced, with parole eligibility possible after serving a minimum of 10 years.
The judge was expected to rule on whether the sentences will run concurrently or consecutively.
Vallow Daybell retains the right to appeal the judge’s decision within 30 days of sentencing.
After the sentencing, attention will shift to her trial in Arizona on a charge of conspiring to kill her fourth husband, Charles Vallow – and the Idaho trial of husband Chad Daybell.
Daniel Woodruff and Jim Spiewak contributed to this report.