Duval County & Jordan Davis

Duval County is a county located in the U.S. state of Florida. As of 2010, the population was 864,263. Its county seat is Jacksonville, with which the Duval County government has been consolidated since 1968. Duval County was established in 1822, and is named for William Pope DuVal, Governor of Florida Territory from 1822 to 1834. Jordan Davis (born January 21, 1983 in Salt Lake City, Utah) is an American soccer player. 2.3/5

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“Given the partially hung jury, State Attorney Angela Corey said prosecutors would press for a new trial in Duval County on the murder charge. "Justice for Jordan Davis is as important as it is for any victim," said Corey, whose office also handled the Zimmerman case”, ACCORDING TO CNN. See the link below for reference:
JACKSONVILLE — Michael David Dunn faces at least 60 years inside a prison cell for firing 10 bullets toward a group of teenagers in a sport-utility vehicle during an escalating argument over booming rap music in a gasoline station parking lot. But they deadlocked on whether Dunn murdered Jordan Davis, 17, when he shot at the SUV. Three of the nine bullets that hit the car struck Davis, who was in the rear passenger seat. The gunfire missed the other teens. After almost 32 hours of deliberations over four days -- on the eve of what would have been Davis's 19th birthday -- a Duval County jury convicted Dunn on three counts of second-degree attempted murder Saturday night. Assistant State Attorney Erin Wolfson said each count carries a 20-year minimum mandatory sentence. These sentences must run consecutively, said Jackelyn Barnard, spokeswoman for the State Attorney's Office. Jurors also convicted Dunn, 47, of shooting or throwing a deadly missile. This felony is punishable by up to 15 years in prison, Wo ...
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The man accused of killing a teenager after an argument over loud music has pleaded not guilty to murder. Michael Dunn entered the plea in Duval County, Florida, yesterday. Police say he fired at least eight shots into a car at a gas station after he asked the teenagers to turn down their music. 17-year-old Jordan Davis was killed. Dunn says he felt threatened and thought he saw a gun in the car. Police did not find any guns inside the teens’ vehicle.
Clear Channel VP or Urban Programming Doc Wynter has reached out to the industry for: “Turn Up for Jordan Davis.” Davis is the Jacksonville, FL teen that was murdered by a 47 year old assailant who asked Jordan and his friends to turn down the radio in the car they sat in at a local gas station on November 23rd. Without violating any noise ordinances, WJBT asked listeners around Duval County to “Turn Up their radios in honor of Jordan Davis and to respect each others differences. Our differences should never cost a life.” We also played Jordan’s favorite song, The Brothers Johnson “Strawberry Letter 23″ and songs from his favorite rapper, Rick Ross. Station reps stated Jordan’s funeral was in Atlanta yesterday, where his family was originally from. V103 PD Reggie Rouse also asked V103 listener’s to “Turn Up for Jordan Davis” at 12pm eastern yesterday, as Jordan’s funeral was commencing. Jordan’s parents have fully supported our desire to bring attention to this senseless death .. ...
We are honoring the memory of Jordan Russell Davis. We also honor their family (all of them). We want everyone to be polite, kind, respectful to each other because this behavior of back and forth towards each other doesn't honor Jordan Russell Davis. Let's show the world we have Jesus on our side, but number two WE HAVE CLASS. We will not tolerate bullying, hate, and we understand that people are angry. Jesus got angry and never sinned. But we're trying to honor the mother and father. We have people coming to this page wanting to argue. There is no argument. We're not changing what our agenda is - and that is to honor, pray, and help and support the family in any way we can. We have offered prayers to the families, to those whom were also in the car, inspirational poems, encouraging each other. Please be civil and respectful. God Bless You All and good night - R.I.P Jordan Davis
An arraignment has been set for the man who claims he shot a teen in self-defense. Michael Dunn allegedly shot into an SUV full of teens, including 17-year-old Jordan Davis, after exchanging words about loud music. Dunn’s arraignment is December 19th at 9 a.m. ET, when the prosecution will likely file formal charges. Dunn is currently held in the Duval County jail with no bond.
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