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MSU shooting victims reach settlement

This case involved the death of three students on the campus of Michigan State University during a mass shooting that took place on Feb. 13, 2023.

Let it Rip: Jennifer Crumbley’s guilty verdict

Legal experts discuss Jennifer Crumbley’s historic guilty verdict and what it means for parents when it comes to future similar tragedies.

Oxford shooting survivor haunted by narrow escape, seeking mental health treatment

Keegan Gregory receiving treatment at facility that also treated Parkland students.

Jennifer Crumbley found guilty: Parents, officials react to historic verdict

Before declaring Jennifer Crumbley guilty on all four charges of involuntary manslaughter, the jury had to evaluate the standard of reasonable parental care and the predictability of such a crime.

Governmental immunity on the ballot across America in 2024

Critics argue doctrine prevents citizens from holding officials accountable for wrongdoing

Latest News Clips

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CNN | February 6, 2024 – Ven, along with clients Meghan and Chag Gregory, joined Laura Coates of CNN to discuss parental responsibility, mental health monitoring, and what will likely be the outcome for James Crumbley’s trial

Court TV | February 6, 2024 – Ven gave his legal expertise about Jennifer Crumbley’s criminal trial with Court TV

The TODAY Show | January 23, 2024 – Ven sat down with NBC News national correspondent Adrienne Broaddus and explained why the Oxford High School shooter’s parents should be held responsible

WJRT Flint | December 9, 2023 – Ven releases a statement after Judge Kwame Rowe sentences the Oxford High School shooter to life without the possibility of parole

CNN | December 8, 2023 – Ven and the Gregory’s join CNN’s Laura Coates to discuss the sentencing of Ethan Crumbley


WXYZ Detroit | December 8, 2023 – Ven and families attend the Oxford High School shooter’s sentencing