Reservations are Now Required for Idaho Trial of Accused Child Murderer Lori Vallow
The sickening murder case of young JJ Vallow and Tylee Ryan has been the topic of national podcasts, mini-movies, streaming documentaries, and the accused murderers haven’t even had their trials yet.
The media coverage of the murders and the bizarre events leading up to them has been a bit of a circus, and it’s seeming more like a sideshow now that reservations are required to attend the trials.
Lori Vallow Trial Moved To New Locations And Date
The trial against Lori Vallow, accused of murdering JJ and Tylee, and involvement in the death of Tammy Daybell, her husband’s previous wife is set to begin on April 3rd. The trial has been moved to Ada County and will be viewed live from multiple locations, including Ada County Courtroom 400, the Public Hearing Room of the Ada County Courthouse, and a courtroom in the Madison County Courthouse. Madison County is where Vallow has been incarcerated since her arrest.
Anyone wishing to attend the trial at any of those locations will be required to reserve a seat. There will be no priority or designated seating according to the Ada County website. Video, photography, and audio recording will be prohibited in the courtrooms.
Reservations Required for Seats at Idaho Trial of Lori Vallow
Reservations will not be available until the business day before the trial and can only be reserved 1 day at a time. All details on reservations and courtroom rules can be found on the Ada County government website.