JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The State Attorney's Office released the letter from Michael Dunn that the jury wanted to get a closer look at.
It's known as the typewritten Black Friday letter in which Dunn gave his account of what happened the night of the fatal shooting of Jordan Davis.
"I'm a big guy, but there's three of them with at least one more in the store. Besides, they look to be in the early 20's and mean. I'm middle-aged overweight and have a bad back! I mention this, as a confrontation is the last thing I was looking for," wrote Dunn.
The jury wanted to know when Dunn wrote the letter. It was written in June 2013, seven months after the shooting.
The jury convicted Dunn of attempted second-degree murder for shooting at Jordan Davis' friends in the red Dodge Durango, but jurors deadlocked on the murder charge for the death of the 17-year-old Wolfson High School student.
Dunn will be back in court on March 24. He faces 30 years in prison for each count of attempted second-degree murder, with a 20-year mandatory minimum sentence, and 15 years in prison for the conviction on shooting or throwing a deadly missile.