The trial for two juveniles accused of being involved in a series of bullying incidents against Lennon Baldwin prior to are due in family court on Tuesday.
The trial, which will not go before a jury, will be presided over by Judge Michael Paul Wright in the Family Division of Superior Court in Morristown. Although one of the juveniles charged has since turned 18, both remain unnamed and are being tried as juveniles because they were both 17 at the time of the incidents.
Baldwin, a Morris Township resident and freshman at the high school, was caught on camera being assaulted at Morristown High School in early March and then told by the juveniles to tell authorities it had been a prank. Then, when one of the juveniles was suspended, they and allegedly robbed Baldwin in the Century 21 parking lot as payment for getting the one juvenile suspended.
The two juveniles . Baldwin took his own life the following day, with many speculating his suicide was related to those incidents earlier that month.
Conway, being tried as an adult, returns to court on July 31.
Editor's note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly said the proceedings would not be open to the public or press.