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February 14th, 2014
10:04 PM ET

Jurors "hit a wall," will resume deliberations Saturday in loud-music murder trial

It appears jurors are struggling to reach a verdict in the so-called "loud music" murder trial.

The jury in the Micheal Dunn murder trial ended their deliberation Friday night and told the judge they would like to resume on Saturday.

Dunn is charged with first-degree murder in the November 2012 death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis, one of four black teenagers who were in an SUV shot by Dunn - who is white - in violence that flared from an argument over loud music.

Florida jurors continue deliberations Saturday in loud-music murder trial

Earlier in the day, the jury asked the judge if it's possible to not reach a verdict on one count but reach a verdict on the others. The judge said "yes."

Dunn was also charged with three counts of attempted murder for the shots fired at an SUV with teens inside.

OutFront: Judge Glenda Hatchett and Janet Johnson a Criminal Defense Attorney.


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