She was the perfect wife and mother for decades, until something changed. Lori Vallow is now connected in some way to six violent or mysterious deaths. A former... Veja mais
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The verdicts in Lori Vallow's murder trial are in. Morgan Loew discusses them, what it means, and the next steps.
The Trial Begins
After three and a-half years, Lori Vallow stands trial for the deaths of Tylee, J.J., and Tammy Daybell. Morgan Loew and Amy Cutler break down the opening statements and testimony from the first days of the trial.
The Lori Vallow Split Decision
Morgan Lowe and Amy Cutler talk about the latest developments in the Lori Vallow-Chad Daybell case, including the judge’s decision to sever the cases and what this will mean for both sides. as we're five weeks out from the start of Lori’s trial.
Lori Vallow’s attorneys filed a slew of new motions in court. Included among them is a notice that Lori has an alibi. In fact, she claims she has three of them. Morgan Loew and Amy Cutler break down this new development and more in this podcast update.
Lori’s son, Colby, is arrested and charged with sexual assault one week before he’s set to appear in a big budget docuseries. And prosecutors and defense attorneys wrangle over what to do with potential DNA evidence. Morgan Loew and Amy Cutler present and discuss the latest developments in the case.
Sobre True Crime Arizona: Lori Vallow's Deadly Delusions
She was the perfect wife and mother for decades, until something changed. Lori Vallow is now connected in some way to six violent or mysterious deaths. A former husband, an estranged husband, two of her children, her brother and her new husband’s then-wife – all dead.
True Crime Arizona: Lori Vallow's Deadly Delusions explores the events and issues that motivated Lori Vallow, throughout her life, and during the tumultuous and tragic year of 2019. We will speak to family members, friends, investigators and forensic experts in an effort to create the most complete picture of who Vallow is, and what turned her from perfect mother to criminal defendant.