JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A jury began deliberating the fate of Michael Dunn, the man accused of killing Jordan Davis, on Wednesday.
Several hours into deliberations, the jury asked to see the video from inside the Gate gas station on the night of the shooting, a process that will extend the court process into Thursday morning.
The judge, at the request of the jury, decided to continue deliberations Thursday morning. The jury will return at 10 a.m.
"Get a good night's rest," said Judge Russell Healey to the alternate jurors.
Prosecutors said in closing arguments that Jordan Davis didn't stand a chance, and called the shooting "target practice" for the defendant Michael Dunn.
The defense said prosecutors didn't prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt.
Closing arguments began at 10:20 a.m. Wednesday and ended shortly before 3:30 p.m.
The jury returned after a short break to receive instructions from the judge and pick a foreman.
Deliberations are now underway. The jury received the case at 4:38 p.m.
The jury is made up of four white women, four white men, one Asian woman, two black women and one Hispanic male.
The day has been full of back-and-forth arguments from both sides.
Prosecutor Erin Wolfson opened the session, telling the jury there was "no gun in the Dodge Durango," and that Dunn fired "round after round" into the SUV.
"Ten rounds, 9 hitting the car," said Wolfson.
"This defendant went crazy," said Wolfson. "He shot to kill, shooting at point-blank range."
"This defendant was disrespected by a 17-year-old teenager and he lost it," added Wolfson.
Attorney Cory Strolla began closing arguments after a lunch break.
Strolla said any verdict other than 'not guilty' is a miscarriage of justice, claiming "you can indict a ham sandwich."
Strolla also paused for three minutes to show the jury the teenagers in the red SUV had ample time to hide or get rid of a "shotgun" that Michael Dunn claimed he saw.
The defense wrapped closing arguments by saying prosecutors didn't prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt.
"I want you to check box number 4, not guilty," said Strolla.
Assistant State Attorney John Guy responded with the rebuttal.
"Jordan Davis didn't have a weapon, he had a big mouth and that defendant wasn't going to stand for it," said Guy while pointing at Michael Dunn. "And it cost Jordan Davis his life."
Dunn spent four hours on the witness stand on Tuesday, saying he fired in self-defense.
"To keep their heads down, to keep them from shooting, blindly," said Dunn.
He said the teenager in the back seat threatened him and grabbed what he thought was a shotgun.
"I stopped firing when it appeared the threat was over," Dunn said.
When the bullets stopped flying, 17-year-old Jordan Davis, a passenger in the back seat, was dead.
As of Wednesday evening, a crowd of protesters from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference gathered outside the Duval County Courthouse.
The Fourth Judicial Court released an administrative order outlining procedures for peaceful demonstrations. Court leaders set up an in front of the courthouse for demonstrators to gather, and authorized the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office to separate "any demonstrators with conflicting points of view to different parts of the restricted area." Anyone found in violation of the order could face jail time and fines.
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