Jurors To Decide The Fate Of Michael Dunn, The Man Who Fatally Shot And Killed Jordan Davis

Michael David Dunn headshot, charged with murder and attempted murder in 2012 shooting at a Jacksonville, Florida, gas station, on the stand in his own defense during his trial, graphic element on gray | ASSOCIATED PRESS

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A 47-year-old Florida man reacted viciously to an argument over loud music with teenagers in a store parking lot and fired multiple shots into their vehicle, killing one of them, and then drove away as if nothing happened, a prosecutor said Wednesday during closing arguments at the man’s trial.
However, defense attorneys argued that the state failed to prove its case or show that Michael Dunn hadn’t acted in self-defense.
Jurors began deliberating in the late afternoon on whether Dunn committed first-degree murder when he fatally shot 17-year-old Jordan Davis outside a Jacksonville convenience store in 2012. Dunn, who is pleading not guilty, faces life in prison if convicted of that charge.
Besides first-degree murder, jurors could also consider the lesser crimes of second-degree murder or manslaughter, according to the jury instructions. Dunn also is charged with attempted murder for shots fired at Davis’ three friends.
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