In less than seven hours of deliberations, twelve  Idaho jurors found Lori Vallow guilty of killing her two children and her current husband’s then-wife, Tammy Daybell.

The most shocking event in court this week is the fact that the defense did not put on a defense.  After the prosecutor ended its case, defense attorneys told the judge that Vallow’s team did not believe the state proved its case, so they did not have a reason to present a case.

A date for sentencing has not yet been set, however Vallow could get life in prison.

Joining Nancy Grace Today:

Tara Malek – Bosie, ID, Attorney and Co-owner of Smith + Malek; Former State and Federal prosecutor; Twitter: @smith_malek
Robin Dreeke – Behavior Expert & Retired FBI Special Agent / Chief of the FBI Counterintelligence Behavioral Analysis Program; Author: “Sizing People Up: A Veteran FBI Agents Manual for Behavior Prediction;” Twitter: @rdreeke
Dr. Michelle Joy- Forensic, Clinical, and Academic Psychiatrist; Author: “An Illustrated History of the Insanity Defense;” Twitter:@Westphillymorbidart
Joe Scott Morgan
JoScott Morgan – Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University; Author, “Blood Beneath My Feet;” Host: “Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan
Nate Eaton – News Director/Reporter for East Idaho News; Twitter: @NateNewsNow, Instagram: @n.eaton

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[Feature Photo: Lori Vallow Daybell sits in a police car after a hearing at the Fremont County Courthouse in St. Anthony, Idaho, Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2022. Attorneys for a mom charged with conspiring to kill her children and then steal their social security benefits asked a judge on Tuesday to send the case back to a grand jury because they say the current indictment is confusing. Lori Vallow Daybell and her husband Chad Daybell have pleaded not guilty and could face the death penalty if convicted. (East Idaho News/Tony Blakeslee/East Idaho News via AP, Pool)]