A teenager’s attorney warned the Pennsylvania Supreme Court against conflating reckless speech with terroristic threats without first weighing the intent behind the statement.

The justices are considering whether a high school student can be placed on probation for saying he wanted to “beat the record” for the number of deaths in a school shooting in the days following the attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.

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