02:56 — INSIDE EDITION spoke with Jane Velez-Mitchell about the Michael Dunn verdict and why she thinks the stand-your-ground is becoming a danger to America.
01:51 — Michael Dunn is on trial for killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis after the teen refused Dunn's request to turn down his music while at a Florida gas stat (more…)
01:50 — A Florida jury reached a verdict on 4 of the 5 counts against Michael Dunn. Jurors were unable to reach a unanimous verdict on count 1, the first-degr (more…)
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The prosecution has begun to make its case in the trial of Michael Dunn, who shot and killed Jordan Davis after an argument over loud music.
After four days of discussion in the 'loud music' case, jurors ruled Michael Dunn guilty of attempted murder, but were hung on the murder charge.
A jury found Michael Dunn guilty of the fist degree murder of Jordan Davis. He had already been convicted of attempted murder.
Michael Dunn stands accused of shooting and killing a Florida teenager after an altercation involving the teen's 'loud music.'
Michael Dunn was found guilty of first-degree murder in the killing of 17-year-old Jordan Davis in September, 2012 after an argument over loud music.
Michael Dunn is the white man accused of shooting and killing Jordan Davis, an unarmed black teen, in Jacksonville, Fla.
Michael Dunn's retrial for a first-degree murder charge is set to begin. Experts weigh in about his decision to stick with a self-defense argument.
Fox News hosts Megyn Kelly and Gregg Jarrett criticized Don Lemon on Monday over his outrage that Michael Dunn was not convicted of first degree murde (more…)
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