Jennifer Crumbley

Why James and Jennifer Crumbley Didn’t Ask Their Son If He Had a Gun

James and Jennifer Crumbley have pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter charges. Their son, Ethan, has also pleaded not guilty to 24 charges. According to the article, the Parents did not ask their son if he had a gun. This may have prejudiced the jury against Jennifer Crumbley.

James and Jennifer Crumbley pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter charges

The parents of a teenager accused of fatally shooting a classmate remain in jail. Prosecutors allege the parents ignored their son’s mental health problems, and they gave him easy access to a gun. James Crumbley purchased the gun four days before the deadly attack.

The parents pleaded not guilty to the charges of involuntary manslaughter. Prosecutors claim that the Crumbleys failed to provide their son with mental health care and a stable environment. Prosecutors say the couple knew about their son’s plan, yet they failed to stop him. The shooter fatally shot two students, Tate Myre, and Hana St. Juliana, who were all in his class at the time.

The Crumbleys pleaded not guilty to four counts of involuntary manslaughter and were ordered held on a $500,000 cash surety bond. They are expected to appear in court again on Dec. 22 for a probable cause conference.

Ethan Crumbley pleaded not guilty to 24 charges against him

On Monday, Ethan Crumbley pleaded not guilt to all the charges against him. The Michigan high school student is accused of killing four classmates in a school shooting last year. He has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder, seven counts of attempted murder, and one count of terrorism resulting in death. Crumbley was 15 years old at the time of the shootings, and had no history of discipline or behavior problems at school, according to his defense lawyer.

Initially, his attorneys had planned to mount an insanity defense. They believed that Crumbley was mentally competent to commit the crimes, but he still admitted to carrying a handgun to the school the day of the shooting. Moreover, they argued that Crumbley had a motive for the shooting.

As a result of the plea deal, Crumbley will be sentenced to life in prison. His attorneys had said that they will no longer pursue his insanity defense. Meanwhile, the courtroom was filled with family members and media.

Parents didn’t ask their son if he had a gun

The case focuses on why Jennifer Crumbley’s parents didn’t ask their young son if he had a gun, and whether or not their actions were a sufficient response to the danger. Crumbley’s parents pleaded not guilty to four counts of involuntary manslaughter. They were arrested days after the shooting and did not attend her initial arraignment. Prosecutors say the parents were negligent and unconcerned about their children and others. Jennifer Crumbley’s defense attorney says they did not want to be a burden on their son, and that they acted appropriately in the situation.

In an interview with The Daily News, Crumbley’s parents said they never asked their son if he had a weapon. They later said that the couple had stopped responding to them. The charges were a “frustrating twist” in the case, according to the prosecutor.

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