JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Day two of jury selection is underway in the Michael Dunn trial.
Potential jurors are filling out questionnaires to see what, if anything, they know about the case. They're also being asked if being sequestered for at least two weeks would be a hardship for them.
The judge announced Monday that the jury would be sequestered. That means they will put up in a hotel, and cut off from the Internet, TV and newspapers until a verdict is reached.
Dunn, 47, is accused of shooting and killing Jordan Davis, 17, after an argument over loud music.
It happened in November 2012 outside a Southside Gate station.
Twelve jurors and four alternates will be chosen to decide Dunn's guilt or innocence. He faces life in prison, if convicted.