by: Russell Colburn Updated:
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Michael Dunn will be back in front of a judge Monday morning at the Duval County Courthouse. His lawyers are expected to argue to have his sentencing for three counts of attempted murder delayed.
Dunn's defense wants to see that decision made after his retrial in the murder of 17-year-old Jordan Davis.
In February, Dunn was convicted for the attempted murder of Davis's three friends who he shot at two years ago at a Southside gas station after an argument over loud music.
He faces a total of up to 60 years in prison for those convictions.
The first-degree murder charge in the death of Jordan Davis was declared a mistrial.
In the retrial, Dunn may have to take the stand for his account of what happened that night in 2012. Dunn's lawyers say that testimony which could help reduce his sentence, could work against him in the retrial.
Dunn is scheduled to appear before a judge at 9 a.m. Action News' Leslie Coursey will have the latest on CBS47 at noon.