In a retrial, Michael Dunn, 47, was found guilty this afternoon of the first degree murder of 17-year-old Jordan Davis. Outside a Jacksonville, Florida, convenience store in November 2012, Dunn shot and killed Davis after an argument over the volume of the teenager’s music. This February, the so-called “loud music” trial ended with Dunn convicted on three counts of attempted second-degree murder. The jury deadlocked on the first-degree murder charge, however. With today’s conviction, and already looking at 60 years in prison, Dunn now faces the possibility of life without parole.

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