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.
It's been two days since there was another school shooting in the United States, this time in Uvalde, Texas. On Thursday, high school students at the last one before it marched out of school in support of the victims and to raise awareness about keeping students safe.
As people in Michigan continue to heal from the Oxford High School shooting, they are now forced to process another school shooting after Tuesday's attack at a Texas elementary.
James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of Ethan Crumbley, the teen charged with killing four students inside Oxford High School, are asking for the trial to be held outside of Oakland County.
"It's been 174 days since he was murdered and it feels like just last week,” Justin Shilling's mom said Monday.
James and Jennifer Crumbley's trial is scheduled for October. But their attorneys want to block details concerning Ethan Crumbley's journal, the couple's drug use and infidelity, and an array of other pieces of information from being used.
Two seats were left empty during the ceremony: the spots where Madisyn Baldwin and Justin Shilling were left open, honoring the two victims who would have graduated this year.
Ethan Crumbley wrote in his journal that he hoped the shooting at Oxford High School would lead to the impeachment of President Joe Biden, according to court documents filed this week in Oakland County.
James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of accused Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley, are asking for their son's journals, texts, and internet searches to be prohibited from being used in their trial.
The attorneys for James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of accused Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley, say Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald is tainting the jury pool with her publicity and press releases about the parents.
Ethan Crumbley, the accused Oxford High School shooter, will return to court Thursday for a hearing to discuss if the Oakland County Jail is still the best place for him as he awaits trial for the murder of four students.