JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Police and crowds of protesters maintained calm outside the Duval County Courthouse following the verdicts in the Michael Dunn trial.
One group walked to protest outside the office of State Attorney Angela Corey.
4 p.m. Saturday
Lorena Inclan: It's 4 p.m. Saturday, Day 4 of jury deliberations and more than 40 people are gathered on the steps of the Duval County Courthouse.
Dozens more toward the grassy area closer to Adams Street. Police officers are standing by covering every corner in front of the court house.
Earlier I saw a police officer tell a woman she couldn't leave her bag unattended. Security is tight. Right now, everyone remains calm and patient, awaiting a verdict.
Saturday 12:59 p.m.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Crowds outside the courthouse are getting bigger, and the volume of protest is being turned up.
Police are there, too.
Representative Corrine Brown joined the family of Jordan Davis for a prayer during the lunch hour.
"Tomorrow is my boy's 19th birthday. I pray we will celebrate not only him but a just and righteous verdict. Patiently we wait," tweeted Jordan's mother Lucia McBath.
The demonstrations have remained peaceful.
The crowd is chanting, "murder is crime, Michael Dunn should do the time."
Action News Romney Smith spoke to one man who protested against the protesters, saying the actions may spark even more violence.
Another protester created a rap song in honor of Jordan Davis.
"We just came up with the concept and knowing about 'turn up we came up with turn your music up, I'm Jordan Davis," said Donald Daniels. "So if my music is loud, I'm Jordan Davis, I'm Trayvon Martin. It's just about turning your music up, it's all about support. I'm someone's son, he's someone's son," added Daniels.
Action News Lorena Inclan interviewed a member of the New Black Panther Party who says if the jury reaches a verdict that he disagrees with, he will not have a peaceful reaction.
"America has shown that they have no concern for black life and that in America today a white man can kill a black youth to defend his unjust prejudice," said party leader Mikhail Muhammad. "Four days of deliberations shows you we're not on the same page," said Muhammad. "You have two people looking at the same problem and coming back with a different view," said Muhammad.
Kids also joined in on the protests marching, chanting "Justice for Jordan Davis."
Packed Courtroom on Saturday
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- There are an estimated 50 people inside the courtroom as Michael Dunn jury deliberations moved into the weekend.
Samuel King: Black Panthers confront Save our Sons..captured argument on camera. Other protesters trying to bring focus back on Jordan Davis. JSO watching for now. Couple of tweets on this as well.
Samuel King: Protesters have been out all morning in front of the courthouse. They're relatively small in number but committed to their cause.
It is a bit quieter today because the New Black Panther Party isn't here with their mega-phones.
But the protesters here are quietly taking a stand.
The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is out here again as well, keeping a watchful eye.
The protesters say they will continue to be peaceful.
Lorena Inclan: Just got an interview with Representative Corrine Brown who just arrived with donuts for the Davis family.
Deanna Bettineschi: I'm standing outside the Duval County Courthouse where things look similar to yesterday.
Protesters are back outside lining the entry way into the courthouse.
Some protesters out here are holding signs comparing the Michael Dunn trial to he George Zimmerman trial.
They tell me they just hope this one ends differently.