She could also get a 2nd conviction for conspiring to kill her niece's ex-husband, Brandon Boudreaux.
Once the cases play out in Maricopa County, she'll have to go back to Idaho to continue serving her life sentences.
Thanks, that's 100% correct. According to the extradition document [link below], her extradition to AZ is explicitly conditioned on her return to ID by AZ "as soon as the prosecution in [AZ] is terminated...." So she would first serve her 3 consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole in ID, and once that is done, it's AZ's turn.
As ludicrous as it may seem for her to ever end up serving time in AZ, it could come into play in the event that someone in ID loses their mind and she is released because her sentence is overturned, commuted, or otherwise ends sooner than 3 lifetimes. Ugh.
But wait, there's more!
1 There is an exception to the above. The exception to the basic rule above is that she will not be returned if she is sentenced to death -- IOW, a death sentence gets first priority. At this point, that is only theoretical.
2 There is also an interesting nuance in the extradition order, which is that she can be sent back and forth between the 2 states with no need for any other formal extradition order. So, while the 2 indictments we have seen are only for Conspiracy (and do not have the possibility of a death sentence), if she were to be indicted for Murder itself, in the death of CV, they would not have any barrier to her being tried for that in AZ. Yay for that possibility!
Lori Vallow Daybell is one step closer to leaving the State of Idaho after Governor Brad Little signed her extradition to the State of Arizona.