The parents of a Michigan school shooter will have separate trials for their alleged roles in the deaths of four students.
A trial scheduled for the parents of the accused Oxford High School shooter, who both face involuntary manslaughter charges, has been postponed to an unknown date.
A prosecutor challenged the judge’s decision Monday in court after she granted a request by the parents of the suspected Oxford High School shooter to restrict pretrial publicity.
A judge denied a request by the parents of the suspected Oxford High School shooter to move their trial out of Oakland County, where they claim they won’t get a fair chance to plead their case.
A judge has denied the motion to reduce bond for James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of the suspected Oxford High School shooter.