Tom Griffiths

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  The former Marshall County High School student charged with killing two classmates and injuring more than a dozen others during a shooting on Jan. 23, 2018, pleaded guilty to all charges in Marshall Circuit Court on Tuesday. 

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The long-awaited trial for the Marshall County High School shooter will likely be delayed further than June of this year. Due to the limitations created by the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, all parties involved are concerned about a number of issues, including putting together a jury.

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The trial for the teenager accused in the Marshall County High School shooting is moving to Christian County.

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An evidentiary hearing to determine whether witness tampering occurred in the Marshall County High School shooting case is set for February 1st. The date was set in a hearing on Friday.

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The case involving the accused Marshall County High School shooter is scheduled for another status hearing on March 8.

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Marshall County High School shooting suspect 16-year-old Gabe Parker will continue being tried as an adult.

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The attorney representing the Marshall County High School shooting suspect has filed motions challenging the Marshall County Circuit Court’s jurisdiction and to give the Attorney General time to weigh in. 

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Marshall County Circuit Court has released previously sealed documents in the case of accused Marshall County High School shooter Gabe Parker.  The Kentucky Court of Appeals ordered Thursday that an arraignment video along with other documents involving the January 23 shooting be released.

Note: Watch Gabe Parker's previously sealed arraignment video below.

MATT MARKGRAF, WKMS

Court records of the Marshall County High School shooting case were ordered this week to remain confidential after the defense attorney called into question the Circuit Court’s jurisdiction.