Deliberations to Continue in Loud Music Trial

Another day of deliberations ends without a verdict.
3:00 | 02/14/14

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The jury in the trial of Michael Dunn, accused of shooting an unarmed teen over loud music in a Florida parking lot called it a night after three days of deliberations with no verdict. But the sequestered jurors sent the judge a question that indicates some dissension about one of the charges. The second question is this -- is it possible to not reach a verdict on one count and reach a verdict on other counts. The answer to that is yes. Reporter: Dunn is charged with five counts, including first degree murder for killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis. He claims it was self-defense. The jury could be deadlocked on whether to convict of a lesser or included defense like second degree murder or manslaughter. They'll resume deliberations on Saturday.

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