Juror Says Race Wasn't A Factor In Loud Music Murder Trial

Juror Says Race Wasn't A Factor In Loud Music Murder Trial
(Jacksonville, FL) -- Another juror from the Michael Dunn murder trial says that race was never an issue when deliberating the deadly shooting that followed a fight over loud music outside a Florida convenience store. Juror number eight, a 21-year-old black woman, said she "never once" considered the case a shooting involving a white man and a black teen. The juror voted to convict Dunn on a second-degree murder charge in the death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis but the panel was deadlocked. Dunn was found guilty on three counts of attempted murder and faces decades in prison when he is sentenced next month. Prosecutors say they'll re-try Dunn for Davis's murder in May.