JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - New documents have been released in the murder trial of Michael Dunn, and a judge ruled that 180 hours of jailhouse phone calls can be released before the trial.
But an assistant state attorney said that the calls won't be available for nine to 10 weeks, well after the Feb 3rd trial start date.
The problem is those 180 hours must be redacted, or edited, by an attorney, and there's only one attorney in the State Attorney's Office that can do it. The office also wants to charge media outlets $3,000 for this public information.
Dunn is accused of shooting and killing 17-year-old Wolfson High School student Jordan Davis in a confrontation over loud music in November 2012.
Documents released Friday show a list of evidence collected at the scene, including fingernail clippings and jewelry from Davis.
Also recovered at the scene, a 9-mm pistol, gun casings, bullets and nunchucks.
Action News took a close look at the witness list and found one of the men who saw the shooting and may be called to testify is Shawn Atkins, who is serving seven years in prison for breaking into Somer Thompson's family home in Orange Park and stealing more than $15,000 in jewelry.
Dunn's attorney said he believes the pretrial publicity will hurt his client's chances at a fair trial.
Jury selection begins Feb. 3rd.