The trial for one of the teens accused of bullying 15-year-old Lennon Baldwin shortly before he committed suicide is set for Monday.
Michael Conway, some believe led to is scheduled to go before the judge Monday morning at the . The trial was originally set for July 31 .
Baldwin was assaulted at on March 6 by one of the juveniles, whose name has not been made public due to his age at the time of the incident. That assault was captured on the school's surveillance system, which led to the suspension of the juvenile identified in the video on March 8.
Then, on March 9, Baldwin was met by the suspended juvenile, the second juvenile and Conway, in the parking lot where Baldwin was robbed and told it was punishment for being suspended.
Conway has been charged with false swearing for allegedly providing false statements to police and detectives of the Morris County Prosecutor's Office. The charges could carry up to 18 months in prison for Conway, .