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ANALYSIS: Mother's conviction opens up a lot of doors

Queen City News2024-02-07
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Jennifer Crumbley, the mother of a school shooter, has been convicted of involuntary manslaughter, marking the first time a parent has been charged and convicted for a deadly school shooting committed by their child. This case sets a precedent for holding parents criminally responsible for their child's actions, but has also raised questions about the extent of parental liability in such cases.

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Jennifer Crumbley, the mother of a school shooter, has been convicted of involuntary manslaughter, a first of its kind conviction for a parent in a school shooting case.
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Jennifer's son, Ethan, killed four students at a Michigan school in 2021.
Prosecutors argued that Jennifer was grossly negligent for not notifying the school about the guns at home before her son's shooting.
Ethan, the shooter, is already serving a life sentence.