The three former Green Bay East students accused in a plot to attack the high school have all reached plea agreements.
18-year-old William Cornell could face the longest sentence, after pleading no contest to conspiracy to commit murder and two other charges. Prosecutors are recommending an eight year prison term, with another 12 years of extended supervision.
18-year-old Shawn Sturtz also pleaded no contest to conspiracy to commit murder. Brown County district attorney John Zakowski is asking for a four-and-a-half year prison sentence, plus five-and-a-half years on extended supervision.
Prosecutors are seeking a two-year prison term for the third teen, 19-year-old Bradley Netwall, after he pleaded no contest to conspiracy to cause damage with explosives.
The three teens were accused of plotting a Columbine-style attack on Green Bay East high school. Police say the trio were making bombs and collecting guns. They were arrested last fall after another teen tipped off school officials.
District Attorney Zakowski says he feels the recommended sentences are appropriate. However, Cornell's attorney Shane Brabazon says he doesn't feel the recommended sentence for his client is fair, since his client withdrew from the plot at one point in time.
All three will be formally sentenced during the first week of October.
WHBY's Rick Schuh contributed to this report.