Do Son's Crimes Justify Mother's Conviction? Rare Michigan Juror Question.

 The trial against Jennifer Crumbley, whose son Ethan killed four people at his high school in 2021, ended Friday with closing arguments. 

 Jennifer Crumbley's trial ended on Friday with a fierce debate over whether jurors should punish a mother accountable for her child's awful deeds. 

 Miss Crumbley is being charged with contributing to the Nov. 30, 2021, Oxford High School shooting in Michigan.  

 Her 15-year-old son, Ethan Crumbley, killed four classmates and injured seven in the state's deadliest school shooting. 

 “It’s a rare case,” said Oakland County prosecutor Karen D.  

Crumbley of negligence but accepted the high standard of proof.

 “It takes the unthinkable,” Ms. McDonald said. Because of her awful act, four kids died. 

 The jurors had heard harrowing witness accounts, heated lawyer battles, and hours of testimony from 45-year-old Ms. 

 Crumbley since last week. Her and her husband, who each face four counts of involuntary manslaughter, are at the forefront of prosecutors' efforts to hold parents accountable for their children's lethal actions. 

 The 47-year-old husband James Crumbley will be prosecuted separately in March. 

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