Michael Dunn Trial Day 4: State Rests Case In Michael Dunn Trial.


 

By Jueseppi B.

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Michael Dunn Trial Day 4: State Rests Case In Michael Dunn Trial.

 

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jurors saw dramatic photos of the body of slain Florida teenager Jordan Davis Monday during the trial of the man accused in his killing, Michael Dunn, and viewed clothing Davis was wearing the evening he was shot to death.

 

The prosecution rested its case against Dunn early Monday afternoon after associate medical examiner Stacey Simons took the stand.

 

Dunn is accused of opening fire into a Dodge Durango in which the 17-year-old Davis was riding with three friends the night of Nov. 23, 2012. Dunn allegedly shot the teen at the Jacksonville, Fla. gas station after an argument over loud music.

 

Davis’ friend testified last week that Dunn said “Are you talking to me?” before opening fire. Dunn claims he shot in self-defense.

 

Michael Dunn Trial Day 4. Part 1

 

 

 

Michael Dunn Trial – Day 4 – Part 2 (State Rests)

 

 

 

Michael Dunn Trial – Day 4 – Part 3

 

 

 

Michael Dunn Trial – Day 4 – Part 4 (Jordan’s Father)

 

 

 

Michael Dunn Trial – Day 4 – Part 5

 

 

 

From Blackbutterfly7:

 

Michael Dunn Trial – Day 5, Tuesday Feb. 11, 2014

 

Here’s a link to a live stream.

Court starts at 8 a.m. EST to hear pending matters, including whether Strolla’s expert witness will be allowed to testify.  The prosecution and defense have to complete and submit jury instructions to the judge.  Actual trial begins at 9 a.m. EST.

Based on yesterday’s hearing, the judge anticipates closing arguments today and has said that he will hold court as late as 7 p.m.

Thank you Blackbutterfly7.

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From First Coast News:

State rests case in Michael Dunn trial

 

Anne Schindler, First Coast News

 

The State of Florida rested in the first degree murder trial of Michael Dunn

 

State Attorney Angela Corey holds the 9mm handgun recovered from Dunn's vehicle, during the testimony of FDLE firearms analyst Marie Pagan. (Photo: Bob.Mack@jacksonville.com/Pool)

State Attorney Angela Corey holds the 9mm handgun recovered from Dunn’s vehicle, during the testimony of FDLE firearms analyst Marie Pagan.
(Photo: Bob.Mack@jacksonville.com/Pool)

 

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The State of Florida rested in the first degree murder trial of Michael Dunn, having presented 24 witnesses over four days.

 

The state’s final witness was also one of the most exhaustively questioned, former Medical Examiner Dr. Stacy Simmons, who was on the stand from about 10:30 a.m. until noon Monday.

 

Simmons’ testimony was accompanied by graphic evidence, including autopsy photos of 17-year-old Jordan Davis and clothing penetrated by bullet holes.

 

Davis’ parents were not in the courtroom for the testimony.

 

At least one juror appeared to react to the graphic images, repeatedly putting his hand over his mouth.

 

Defense Attorney Cory Strolla questioned Dr. Simmons aggressively, as he has most previous witnesses. Their exchanges were sometimes tense, as he challenged Simmons’ training, and suggested she may have been given bad information by police.

 

Strolla asked her more than once if she was familiar with the phrase, “garbage in, garbage out.”

 

The court took a longer than usual recess at noon, with Judge Russell Healey saying he needed to discuss matters with both lawyers. Court resumed at 1:30 p.m., at which point Strolla began presenting defense witnesses.

 

It is not yet clear if he intends to put Michael Dunn on the stand, though several experts, including First Coast News legal analyst Mark O’Mara, have said they think he may have to in order to establish a claim of self-defense.

 

Continue to watch complete trial coverage on First Coast News, as well as gavel to gavel coverage of the trial at firstcoastnews.com.

 

WATCH LIVE COVERAGE

 

Thank you First Coast News.

 

 

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Defendant Michael Dunn looks back at his family seated in the gallery as a morning recess is called. The 2nd day on of the murder trial of Michael Dunn for the shooting death of Jordan Davis opened early Friday Feb. 7, 2014.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Defendant Michael Dunn looks back at his family seated in the gallery as a morning recess is called. The 2nd day on of the murder trial of Michael Dunn for the shooting death of Jordan Davis opened early Friday Feb. 7, 2014. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Witness Rhonda Rouer, Michael Dunn's girlfriend testifies on the stand during the 3rd day of the murder trial of Michael Dunn.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Witness Rhonda Rouer, Michael Dunn’s girlfriend testifies on the stand during the 3rd day of the murder trial of Michael Dunn. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Witness Rhonda Rouer, Michael Dunn's girlfriend testifies on the stand. She appears to make eye contact with Michael Dunn as her testimony ends and is helped out of the courtroom.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mac

Witness Rhonda Rouer, Michael Dunn’s girlfriend testifies on the stand. She appears to make eye contact with Michael Dunn as her testimony ends and is helped out of the courtroom. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Eyewitness Shawn Atkins, currently in prison on theft charges, shows the jury how the shooter at the Gate station fired at the red SUV that was backing out of the parking lot.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Eyewitness Shawn Atkins, currently in prison on theft charges, shows the jury how the shooter at the Gate station fired at the red SUV that was backing out of the parking lot. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Associate Medical Examiner Stacey Simons shows the jury the blood and bullet hole in a t-shirt worn by Jordan Davis.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Associate Medical Examiner Stacey Simons shows the jury the blood and bullet hole in a t-shirt worn by Jordan Davis. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Christopher Dunn, son of the defendant, was called to the stand by defense attorney Cory Strolla. It was his wedding that brought the defendant to Jacksonville.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Christopher Dunn, son of the defendant, was called to the stand by defense attorney Cory Strolla. It was his wedding that brought the defendant to Jacksonville. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Michael Dunn puts a tissue to his eye while witness Rhonda Rouer, Michael Dunn's girlfriend testifies on the stand.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Michael Dunn puts a tissue to his eye while witness Rhonda Rouer, Michael Dunn’s girlfriend testifies on the stand. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

State Attorney Angela Corey shows the jury five shell casings recovered from the scene by JSO Det. Andrew Kipple, a major crimes evidence technician who was on the stand at the time. The 3rd day of the murder trial of Michael Dunn for the shooting death of Jordan Davis opened early Saturday Feb. 8, 2014.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

State Attorney Angela Corey shows the jury five shell casings recovered from the scene by JSO Det. Andrew Kipple, a major crimes evidence technician who was on the stand at the time. The 3rd day of the murder trial of Michael Dunn for the shooting death of Jordan Davis opened early Saturday Feb. 8, 2014. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

The first witness of the day was FDLE firearms analyst Marie Pagan pulls back the slide on the 9mm pistol recovered in the case to show the jury. The trial of Michael Dunn for the shooting death of Jordan Davis in November 2012 entered the 4th day of testimony on Monday Feb. 10, 2014.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

The first witness of the day was FDLE firearms analyst Marie Pagan pulls back the slide on the 9mm pistol recovered in the case to show the jury. The trial of Michael Dunn for the shooting death of Jordan Davis in November 2012 entered the 4th day of testimony on Monday Feb. 10, 2014. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Michael Dunn watches as his mother Sandra Dunn leave the courtroom during a morning break during the 3rd day of the murder trial of Michael Dunn  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Michael Dunn watches as his mother Sandra Dunn leave the courtroom during a morning break during the 3rd day of the murder trial of Michael Dunn The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Michael Dunn watches as his mother Family leave the courtroom during a morning break on the third day of the trial.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Michael Dunn watches as his mother Family leave the courtroom during a morning break on the third day of the trial. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Michael Dunn's mother, Sandra Dunn, walks out of the courtroom as the day ends.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Michael Dunn’s mother, Sandra Dunn, walks out of the courtroom as the day ends. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

State's evidence photo of Michael Dunn's weapon used in the shooting. The 2nd day on of the murder trial of Michael Dunn for the shooting death of Jordan Davis opened early Friday Feb. 7, 2014.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

State’s evidence photo of Michael Dunn’s weapon used in the shooting. The 2nd day on of the murder trial of Michael Dunn for the shooting death of Jordan Davis opened early Friday Feb. 7, 2014. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

State's evidence photo of the vehicle where Jordan Davis was seated at the time of the shooting and removed to the ground for CPR to be applied. The 2nd day on of the murder trial of Michael Dunn for the shooting death of Jordan Davis opened early Friday Feb. 7, 2014.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

State’s evidence photo of the vehicle where Jordan Davis was seated at the time of the shooting and removed to the ground for CPR to be applied. The 2nd day on of the murder trial of Michael Dunn for the shooting death of Jordan Davis opened early Friday Feb. 7, 2014. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

At the request of defense attorney Cory Strolla, State Attorney Angela Corey showed the jury the pocket knife that Jordan Davis had in his pocket the night he was shot. The knife had been opened after removal from a display of other items found in Davis' pockets, again at the request of Strolla.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

At the request of defense attorney Cory Strolla, State Attorney Angela Corey showed the jury the pocket knife that Jordan Davis had in his pocket the night he was shot. The knife had been opened after removal from a display of other items found in Davis’ pockets, again at the request of Strolla. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Leland Brunson, one of the four young men in the red Durango SUV when the shooting took place, takes the stand in the afternoon session. He wiped his eyes after questioning by the Asst. State Attorney, John Guy.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Leland Brunson, one of the four young men in the red Durango SUV when the shooting took place, takes the stand in the afternoon session. He wiped his eyes after questioning by the Asst. State Attorney, John Guy. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Leland Brunson, one of the four young men in the red Durango SUV when the shooting took place, takes the stand in the afternoon session. He demonstrated how the shooter pulled back the slide on the weapon before shooting at the SUV.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Leland Brunson, one of the four young men in the red Durango SUV when the shooting took place, takes the stand in the afternoon session. He demonstrated how the shooter pulled back the slide on the weapon before shooting at the SUV. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Jordan Davis' parents Lucia McBath (L) and Ronald Davis talk during a sidebar moment.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Jordan Davis’ parents Lucia McBath (L) and Ronald Davis talk during a sidebar moment. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Dowels show the trajectory of bullets that were fired during the shooting incident involving Michael Dunn and Jordan Davis  JSO

Dowels show the trajectory of bullets that were fired during the shooting incident involving Michael Dunn and Jordan Davis JSO

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Dr. Stacey Simons, a former Duval County medical examiner, on the stand to testify for state.  First Coast News

Dr. Stacey Simons, a former Duval County medical examiner, on the stand to testify for state. First Coast News

Ronald Davis, father of the victim, Jordan Davis, was called to the stand by defense attorney Cory Strolla.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Ronald Davis, father of the victim, Jordan Davis, was called to the stand by defense attorney Cory Strolla. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Ofc. Robert Holmes is the first State's witness of the day. He was one of the first officers to respond to the shooting scene. The 2nd day on of the murder trial of Michael Dunn for the shooting death of Jordan Davis opened early Friday Feb. 7, 2014.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Ofc. Robert Holmes is the first State’s witness of the day. He was one of the first officers to respond to the shooting scene. The 2nd day on of the murder trial of Michael Dunn for the shooting death of Jordan Davis opened early Friday Feb. 7, 2014. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

FDLE biologist and DNA specialist Sukhan Wharf. Wharf holds a swab taken from a shell casing recovered from the scene that contained a touch sample.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

FDLE biologist and DNA specialist Sukhan Wharf. Wharf holds a swab taken from a shell casing recovered from the scene that contained a touch sample. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

The second witness Friday was William Spicer, an engineer/paramedic with Jacksonville Fire & Rescue Dept. Spicer indicates where one gunshot wound was on Jordan Davis' body when he responded to give aid.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

 William Spicer, an engineer/paramedic with Jacksonville Fire & Rescue Dept. Spicer indicates where one gunshot wound was on Jordan Davis’ body when he responded to give aid. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Associate Medical Examiner Stacey Simons shows the jury the pants and belt worn by Jordan Davis.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Associate Medical Examiner Stacey Simons shows the jury the pants and belt worn by Jordan Davis. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Tevin Thompson, one of the four young men in the red Durango SUV when the shooting took place, takes the stand during the second day.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Tevin Thompson, one of the four young men in the red Durango SUV when the shooting took place, takes the stand during the second day. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Tevin Thompson, one of the four young men in the red Durango SUV when the shooting took place, takes the stand and under questioning by defense attorney Cory Strolla, shows how Michael Dunn pointed his weapon when he shot at the car he and Jordan Davis were riding in.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Tevin Thompson, one of the four young men in the red Durango SUV when the shooting took place, takes the stand and under questioning by defense attorney Cory Strolla, shows how Michael Dunn pointed his weapon when he shot at the car he and Jordan Davis were riding in. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Aliyah Harris, Jordan Davis' girlfriend who was working at the mall when Davis and his friends came to see her on the day he was killed.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Aliyah Harris, Jordan Davis’ girlfriend who was working at the mall when Davis and his friends came to see her on the day he was killed. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Defense attorney Cory Strolla (L) and Michael Dunn watch a surveillance video from the Gate Station on the night of the shooting, as a purchase is made by a woman later identified as Michael Dunn's girlfriend Rhonda Rouer.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Defense attorney Cory Strolla (L) and Michael Dunn watch a surveillance video from the Gate Station on the night of the shooting, as a purchase is made by a woman later identified as Michael Dunn’s girlfriend Rhonda Rouer. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

State Attorney Angela Corey (R) asks witness Phillip Miranda, a crime scene investigator with the Brevard County Sheriff's Office who recovered the 9mm pistol recovered from Michael Dunn's vehicle in the garage of his Satellite Beach, Fl home, to confirm that it was the weapon that he recovered.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

State Attorney Angela Corey (R) asks witness Phillip Miranda, a crime scene investigator with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office who recovered the 9mm pistol recovered from Michael Dunn’s vehicle in the garage of his Satellite Beach, Fl home, to confirm that it was the weapon that he recovered. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Tommie Stornes, one of the four young men in the red Durango SUV when the shooting took place, takes the stand in the afternoon session.  The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

Tommie Stornes, one of the four young men in the red Durango SUV when the shooting took place, takes the stand in the afternoon session. The Florida Times-Union, Bob Mack

 

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3 Responses

  1. The lies told by this clearly ignorant and racist azzclown on the stand must not stand. We all now wait the verdict, it must not be anything but guilty.

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