Who should be held accountable for mass shootings?
Last week, a jury found Michigan mom Jennifer Crumbley guilty of four counts of manslaughter after her son shot and killed four people at his school.
How much responsibility should parents or others bear? Could the verdict invite similar prosecutions?
Other legal strategies are being tested as the U.S. grapples with mass murders and has left many asking who bears responsibility.
- Tonya Krause-Phelan, Associate Dean and criminal law professor, Cooley Law School
- Evan Bernick, law professor, Northern Illinois University
- Katherine Schweit, mass shooting expert/author
- Kyle Koehler, former Ohio state representative
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