Hoggan and his family said the bomb plot was a misguided attempt to raise awareness about safety concerns at the school.
Morgan did not comment Thursday in court, beyond answering the judge's questions. After the hearing, a large group of family members and other supporters left in a massive group, shielding Morgan's face from cameras by holding up white sheets of paper.
As part of the plea agreement, Morgan's probation may be terminated in a year to allow him to join the military. Beaton indicated she has talked to recruiters who told her there is a "good chance" he could be accepted to serve.
Saunders said he had no involvement with the resolution of Hoggan's case, but he tried to weigh the two cases.
"We tried to come up with a fair resolution," the prosecutor said. "(Morgan's) involvement was less. He was not the driving force. ... This defendant was 18 by one month, the co-defendant was still a juvenile. That person won't end up with an adult record."
It was a resolution everyone could agree on and it spoke to the gravity of what could have happened, he said. He applauded law enforcement's quick response to the threats.
"This was serious," Saunders said. "Who knows if they would ever would have gone through with this plan?"
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