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Prosecution and defense rest their case in the Lori Vallow trial

A woman looking into the camera with blonde hair. There is a man wearing glasses in front of her looking down at something on a desk.
Tony Blakeslee
Lori Vallow Daybell (right) is on trial for multiple murder charges and other criminal counts, in a case that has its roots in 2019 — when Vallow Daybell's children were last seen alive.

It has been five weeks of witness testimony in the criminal trial against Lori Vallow. On Tuesday, the prosecution rested their case. Just moments after that the defense did the same thing.

Nate Eaton the news director of EastIdahoNews.com has been in the courtroom each day and he joined Idaho Matters for another update.

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