The case is an unprecedented one and could have big implications for prosecuting mass shooting cases going forward.
Jennifer Crumbley's trial is now with the jury -- who must decide on her guilty or innocent from the Oxford High School shooting.
During Jennifer Crumbley's trial, prosecutors argued that she didn't have much trust in her husband James but did trust him with the gun their son used to kill four people at Oxford High School. They questioned that trust during cross examination.
Jennifer Crumbley sent multiple messages to her attorneys as police were closing in on them at the art studio in Detroit.
Jennifer Crumbley will again take the stand during her trial, this time to field questions from prosecutors. On Thursday, she testified about text messages from her son and a meeting at his school before the Oxford High School shooting.
Asked if she would do anything differently as a parent, Jennifer Crumbley said no. Here’s what else happened on Day 6.
Evidence presented during the fourth day of Jennifer Crumbley's trial included video of the Oxford High School shooter's mother talking to authorities outside her home after the crime.
Jennifer Crumbley told an Oakland County Sheriff's deputy she didn't look closely at her son's drawings until after he shot several students at Oxford High School.
Despite a graphic note and drawings, the backpack of the Oxford High School shooter was never searched. The school's dean testified during Jennifer Crumbley's trial exactly why
Evidence presented during Jennifer Crumbley's trial Monday included video of the parents learning that their son was the Oxford High School shooter, along with video of the shooter's first police interview.
Jennifer Crumbley's third day of trial included new video of her first interview with police after the shooting, and testimony from her horse trainer and son's school counselor.
Jennifer Crumbley described her son as 'weird' and an 'oopsie baby' before the Oxford High School shooting where he killed four students, according to witness testimony on Monday.
Messages from Jennifer Crumbley show she was "on the run" in the days after the Oxford High shooting and deleted damning messages from her phone and Facebook.
The Oxford High School shooter won't testify at the trial for his mother, Jennifer Crumbley.
Jennifer Crumbley broke down in the courtroom as she watched video of the Oxford High shooting scene for the first time.
Nicole Beausoleil, the mother of Madisyn Baldwin, says her daughter will not be remembered as a statistic -- and that she hopes shooter will be forgotten.
It's been almost two years since an Oxford High School student brought gun to school and killed four innocent students. On Friday, we learned he can be sentenced to life in prison without parole.
The Oxford High School shooter believed killing students would teach a lesson and benefit society, according to a recording he made the night before the crime.
A judge is deciding if Ethan Crumbley can be sentenced to life without parole for the Oxford High School shooting.
It's been two days since there was another school shooting in the United States, this time in Uvalde, Texas. On Thursday, high school students at the last one before it marched out of school in support of the victims and to raise awareness about keeping students safe.