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State Rests Case in Michael Dunn Murder Trial

 
State Rests Case in Michael Dunn Murder Trial
Posted February 10th, 2014 @ 4:32pm

The State has rested their case in the murder trial of Michael Dunn today in Jacksonville, Fl. Dunn faces a lifetime in prison after shooting 17-year-old Jordan Davis to death in a confrontation over loud music. Dunn faces a first degree murder charge, three counts of attempted murder, and shooting of deadly missile charge.

The incident took place in a convenience store parking lot where Dunn confronted the teen in his vehicle over loud music. Dunn ended up shooting Davis 10 times before leaving the scene. Dunn claims self-defense and is citing the Stand Your Ground law, stating that he feared for his life after Davis threatened him with a shotgun or pipe-like weapon, however police reported that no weapon was found at the scene. 

 

MICHAEL DUNN'S FIANCE TAKES THE STAND IN MURDER TRIAL:

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