Lori Vallow, the Idaho woman accused with her husband of killing her two children, is being committed for up to 90 days of treatment after a court found she was unfit to stand trial.
“The court finds the defendant lacks fitness to proceed in that the defendant is incapable of assisting in the defense of this case,” the order said. “The court finds that the defendant does lack capacity to make informed decisions about treatment; and the court finds that the defendant is not dangerously mentally ill.”
The court order comes weeks after a psychological evaluation determined she was “not competent to proceed” with trial.
Vallow and her husband, Chad Daybell, were charged with murder in their children’s deaths last month.
The children, Tylee Ryan, 17, and Joshua “J.J.” Vallow, 7, were last seen in September 2019.
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