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After delivering a guilty verdict in the triple murder trial of Chad Daybell, an Idaho jury is currently determining whether he will receive the death penalty for killing his first wife, Tammy Daybell, and two of his second wife’s children, Tylee Ryan (16) and Joshua “JJ” Vallow (7). Jurors began deliberating on the death penalty option on Friday after six hours of initial deliberation the previous day. The verdict of Daybell’s sentence will be announced soon.

If the jury decides Daybell will not face the death penalty, he will be sentenced to life in prison. In his opening statement, the prosecutor presented aggravating factors such as financial gain through insurance fraud and Social Security benefit theft, and the cruel and atrocious nature of the murders as reasons for Daybell’s eligibility for the death penalty. On the other hand, Daybell’s defense attorney portrayed Daybell as a reserved and deeply religious man whose life was drastically changed by a series of chaotic events and a new relationship that he found irresistible.

This case is connected to Chad Daybell’s second wife, Lori Vallow Daybell, who was also convicted and sentenced to life in prison without parole for the murder of her children and for conspiring to kill Tammy Daybell. She has appealed her convictions to the state Supreme Court, arguing mental incompetence to stand trial. The missing children were last seen in September 2019, and their remains were found on Chad Daybell’s Fremont County property in June 2020. The murders of Tylee and JJ, according to prosecutors, were fueled by Chad Daybell’s desires for power, money, and sex.

Jury deliberations also included testimonies from relatives of the victims. These witnesses spoke about their lost memories of the victims, their impact on their families, and the unfulfilled potential of Tylee and JJ. Lori and Chad Daybell were found guilty in May 2021, after an extensive investigation that sparked national media attention.