Oxford High School Students Return to In-Person Learning for the First Time Since the Shooting

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OXFORD, MICHIGAN, January 10, 2021 ~ The students of Oxford High School are returning to in-person learning today for the first time since the shootings.This as prosecutors convinced a judge Friday to not lower the bond for the shooter’s parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley, who took actions prior to their arrest that indicated they were a flight risk.

Meanwhile, survivors of the mass shooting have filed an updated lawsuit, with new counts that allege gross negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress by school administrators.Hear 760 WJR‘s hosts talk to law enforcement officers and legal experts about the cases, and what comes next for the Crumbleys.

PODCASTS:


January 10, 2022 ~ Detroit Area Attorney Todd Flood talks to Paul W. about an Oakland County judge’s decision to keep a high bond for Jennifer and James Crumbley and he says their behavior after the Oxford High School shootings plays a role in the Judge’s ruling.


January 10, 2022 ~ Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard talks to Paul W. about the return to school plans for Oxford High School students and he says they are working hard to make them feel safe.


January 10, 2022 ~ Marie Osborne updates Kevin and Tom on the hearings the Crumbleys had last week.


January 10, 2022 ~ 760 WJR Senior News Analyst Marie Osborne talks with Guy Gordon about Oxford High School students return to hybrid-learning, and the lawsuit filed by Geoffrey Fieger.

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