What’s Next For Michael Dunn?

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    After a few days – 30 hours total – of deliberation, a Florida jury  found Michael Dunn guilty of three counts of attempted murder and another count stemming from his shooting into a car full of teenagers, an incident which led to the death of  17-year-old Jordan Davis. Jurors didn’t, however, convict Dunn of murder for killing Davis.

    It was a verdict that left many shocked, confused and wondering what’s next for Michael Dunn and efforts to seek justice for Davis and his family.

    Soon after the verdict, Florida State Attorney Angela Corey said her office would seek a new trial for the murder charge.

    “Justice for Jordan Davis is as important as it is for any victim,” Corey told members of the media.

    Also See: Twitter Reacts To Verdict In Michael Dunn Trial

    As it stands, Dunn will face a lengthy prison sentence. Each of his three attempted second-degree murder convictions carries a minimum sentence of 20 years. The judge can decide whether those sentences will run consecutively or concurrently.

    “You are looking basically at life in prison,” Dunn’s attorney said. “At 47 years old, that’s a life sentence regardless of count one.”

    Also See: Angela Corey: We Are Retrying Michael Dunn For 1st-Degree

    Still, many are not satisfied with what they perceive as a failure of the justice system to hold Dunn accountable for killing Davis. Many are placing blame at the feet of State Attorney Corey, who became a controversial figure in the wake of the George Zimmerman trial for the murder of Trayvon Martin. Corey’s detractors claim both Zimmerman and Dunn were able to escape murder convictions because they were improperly charged with first-degree murder by Corey.

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    6 thoughts on “What’s Next For Michael Dunn?

    1. I hope he won’t be like George Zimmerman who hardley a month goes by without him being in the news. Daggumitt, these two seem determined to remind the public that they got away with murder.

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