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Crumbley’s parents’ bail not reduced in Michigan school shooting case

A request by the parents of the Oxford high school shooting suspect for a lower bond was denied by an Oakland County, Michigan, judge on Tuesday.

James and Jennifer Crumbley each sought to have their bond increased from $500,000 to $100,000 in a filing April 12. The couple’s attorneys argued that the Crumbleys had been unfairly portrayed as bad parents by the prosecution and that the reality of their parenting had yet to come to light. .

The defense continued to insist the parents had no idea their 15-year-old son Ethan would carry out the Michigan high school shooting that left four people dead and others injured, including a teacher. A court filing says “the true facts of this case” were lost in an emotionally charged media narrative surrounding the parents.

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