The biometric scanners that will be awaiting students when they return to school this year will be placed at all three entrances of the high school building.
A judge approved a motion to add a security guard to a lawsuit filed on behalf of Oxford High School shooting victims.
“It’s been really hard seeing all this and like nothing’s changing," said student Isabelle Agen.
Attorney Ven Johnson said Oxford High School shooting surveillance video showed a security guard walking past Tate Myre after he was shot, then opening the door of the bathroom where Justin Shilling was shot while accused gunman Ethan Crumbley was inside.
An attorney representing families of Oxford High School shooting victims wants to amend the lawsuit to include a security guard after watching surveillance video.
The teen's trial, which was originally scheduled for September has been pushed back to January 2023.
A judge previously ordered that surveillance footage from the day of the shooting be released in the civil case. The Oakland County prosecutor is expected to intervene about the release of other evidence.
Attorneys for James and Jennifer Crumbley filed motions seeking to have the Michigan Court of Appeals toss their cases related to the Oxford High School shooting.
"Truly knowing that Justin spent his final moments protecting another student and saving six lives with his organs that's no small feat," she said. "And I think it's my honor and duty as a mother to let the world know that Justin is a hero."
The lawsuit alleges that Acme Shooting Goods LLC knew that James Crumbley was actually buying the gun for his son Ethan, who was just 15 at the time.
The defense attorneys for James and Jennifer Crumbley announced in court on Monday that they plan to call their son, Ethan, to testify in their defense when they head to trial on charges linked to the Oxford High School shooting.
James and Jennifer Crumbley's trials will exclude some evidence, an Oakland County judge ruled Monday. Defense wanted certain evidence removed from the Oxford High School shooting cases.
A judge decided not to move the trials of James and Jennifer Crumbley out of Oakland County. The judge also decided to restrict what prosecutors and the defense can publicly say about the Oxford High School shooting.
Ethan Crumbley's trial was adjourned until early next year during an Oxford High School shooting hearing on Thursday.
The trial date for accused Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley has been adjourned until January 2023. The trial was tentatively set for September.
An Oakland County judge ordered the release of surveillance video from the Oxford High School shooting. Attorney Ven Johnson took the matter to court as questions remain about what happened.
"This is a really tough issue for jurors to decide especially if you're a parent," Hnat said. "It's like how much responsibility do you take, and where does that line of responsibility begin and end as a parent."
#Change4Oxford, a group of Oxford School parents, announced Friday they plan on filing a federal lawsuit on behalf of 20 students.
Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald said James and Jennifer Crumbley's motions to have their case moved and certain evidence withheld from trial should be denied.
The families of all students killed by Ethan Crumbley have now sued the school district.