Loud music killing re-trial
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA- Prosecutors rested their case against a man accused of murder for shooting a black teenager over an argument concerning loud music at a convenience store.
Michael Dunn is on trial and the prosecutor ended her case with questions to the medical examiner about bullet wounds on 17-year-old Jordan Davis' body.
Authorities contend Dunn shot into an SUV occupied by four teens two years ago. Dunn was previously convicted of attempted-murder for firing the shots, but the jury deadlocked on the murder charge.
Dunn is expected to testify when his defense begins.
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