Parents of accused Oxford shooter, James and Jennifer Crumbley appear in court

Crumbleys were bound over on charges in February

FILE - This undated combination of photos provided by the Oakland County Sheriff's Office shows James Crumbley, left, and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of Ethan Crumbley, a teenager accused of killing four students in a shooting at Oxford High School, in Michigan. The couple face a key hearing to determine if they will face trial. Attorneys for the Crumbleys have asked a judge to consider a postponement so they can further prepare. But there was no decision from the judge ahead of the hearing Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2022. (Oakland County Sheriff's Office via AP, File) (Uncredited, Oakland County Sheriff's Office)

The parents of the accused Oxford High School shooter appeared in court Tuesday for a pretrial hearing after the two were bound over on manslaughter charges in February.

James and Jennifer Crumbley face multiple manslaughter charges after their son, Ethan, allegedly opened fire at Oxford High School last November.

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