OMAHA, Neb. (KTIV) -- A judge has ruled some evidence-- specifically Bailey Boswell's relationships with other women, and grooming them to engage in a conspiracy to commit murder-- will be relevant in her trial for killing a northeast Nebraska woman.
Boswell, and her boyfriend, Aubrey Trail, are charged with first-degree murder in the 2017 death of Sydney Loofe, of Neligh, Nebraska.
Boswell previously filed motions to exclude certain testimony regarding her sexual history prior to, and at the time of, Loofe's death, along with evidence regarding witchcraft or the occult.
Boswell met Loofe through Tinder before Loofe disappeared in November of 2017. Her body was found later that month.
Boswell's trial is set to begin in March.
Hearings to determine whether Aubrey Trail should face the death penalty for Loofe's murder will begin in June. Trail was convicted of first-degree murder back in July.
A three-judge panel will determine if Trail will be sentenced to death or life in prison. They will consider if there were enough aggravating factors to sentence him to death.