Bailey Boswell Seeks Change Of Venue For Her Murder Trial, Citing ‘Deep And Bitter Prejudice’

OMAHA – The defense team for Bailey Boswell, who is charged in connection with the death of Sydney Loofe, has filed a motion to move her trial out of Saline County.

The trial scheduled for Boswell in October and faces charges of improper disposal of human remains.

Her defense team argues keeping the trial in Saline County would violate her right to a fair trial.

Boswell’s co-defendant, Aubrey Trail, was found guilty of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder earlier this month.

According to court documents, Boswell is requesting a change of venue for several reasons, including extensive media coverage, a quote “pattern of prejudice” toward Boswell, and an instance where a citizen was carrying a Loofe memorial sign outside of the courthouse.

Boswell is due in court on August 9th for a hearing on the change of venue filing

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