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‘Loud music’ murder trial jury comes to a decision

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A Florida man on trial for shooting at a group of teens whose music was too loud has been convicted of four charges, but the jury could not come to a conclusion on a first degree murder charge.

The jury found Michael Dunn guilty of the other four counts, including three counts of attempted second degree murder.

Jurors were not able to make a unanimous decision on the first degree murder charge, so a mistrial was declared on that count.

Dunn was on trial for shooing at a group of black teenagers, killing one of them after a dispute over the loud music coming from their car.

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