Motions to be Considered in Murder Trial

In preparation for an upcoming jury trial of a man accused of murdering his parents, a district judge on Monday considered motions to limit evidence used in trial, set to begin in July.

William Taylor of Nampa is charged with first-degree murder of his father Paul Taylor, and second-degree murder of his mother, Mary Taylor, both of Nampa.

Paul and Mary Jane Taylor were found dead wrapped in a tarp in a shed on their property in September. They both died of multiple stab wounds.

The defence presented 11 motions to limit evidence.

The Idaho Press Tribune reports, the judge said he will consider all of the motions and provide a written decision.

The jury trial is set to begin July 17.

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