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DETROIT, December 15, 2021 ~ James and Jennifer Crumbley appeared in a preliminary court hearing Tuesday as part of the involuntary manslaughter charges levied against them.
“The volume of discovery in this case is staggering,” said Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald. “We anticipate being ready to present the preliminary exam in February.”
Meanwhile, Attorney Geoffrey Fieger is under fire after wrongly naming a former Oxford High dean in his $100 million civil suit against the district. The wrongfully-named dean has reported receiving death threats.
All this while politicians and school administrators work through efforts to help ease the mental strain of the shootings on districts across the state.
WJR Senior News Analysts Marie Osborne and Lloyd Jackson bring you the latest on the Oxford High shootings, plus Chris Renwick, Tom Jordan, and Kevin Dietz examine the latest legal proceedings here:
December 14, 2021 ~ WJR Senior News Analyst Marie Osborne talks with Chris Renwick about James and Jennifer Crumbley‘s preliminary hearing in court, and Oxford schools closing after an online threat.
December 14, 2021 ~ Todd Flood tells Kevin and Tom what happened during Ethan Crumbley‘s hearing yesterday.
December 14, 2021 ~ Attorney & Managing Partner at Flood Law Todd Flood talks with Chris Renwick about the preliminary hearings in the Oxford High School shooting case, and Geoffrey Fieger wrongly naming a school employee in his $100 million lawsuit.
December 13, 2021 ~ WJR Senior News Analyst Lloyd Jackson talks with Chris Renwick about Walled Lake Consolidated Schools looking to have therapy dogs in all schools in the district.
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