JACKSONVILLE Fla. -- State Attorney Angela Corey says she has every intention of retrying Michael Dunn for the alleged first-degree murder of Jordan Davis.
"We just get ready, we come back into court and we just work just as hard and we seek justice in the same way," said Corey. "We don't back off, having to retry."
Corey thanked her staff, prosecutors John Guy and Erin Wolfson, and said the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office did an excellent job investigating the case.
"Ten times out of 10 when someone fires 10 shots into a car full of unarmed teenagers we will file first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder," said Corey.
Dunn is facing 30 years in prison for each count of attempted second-degree murder, with a 20-year mandatory minimum, and 15 years in prison for the conviction on shooting/throwing a deadly missile.
Corey said she plans to push for a retrial in Jacksonville.