The Taft Union High School District was negligent in a 2013 classroom shooting that injured a student, a civil trial jury announced Wednesday, according to a KGET-TV report.
Attorney Daniel Rodriguez represented the family of injured student Bowe Cleveland.
"The jury did absolutely the right thing," Rodriguez told The Californian. "Despite a mountain of warning signs, the district let this happen."
Rodriguez had argued that the district didn't take reasonable precautions before Bryan Oliver shot Cleveland at school, KGET-TV reported.