Juror deliberations in Dunn trial to resume 9 a.m. Friday

7:55 PM, Feb 13, 2014   |    comments
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jurors asked a fourth question today of Judge Russell Healey, having deliberated 10 hours already in the first degree murder trial of Michael Dunn. Deliberations will resume at 9 a.m. Friday.

The five men, seven women jury wanted to know the date of a letter Dunn sent to his family and friends. The typed letter was introduced into evidence and described Dunn's recollection of events the night of Nov. 23, 2012.

According to Dunn's testimony under cross examination by Prosecutor John Guy, letter was written in June 2013.

When told, a couple jurors nodded, as if they knew and expected that answer.

In other matters, the judge said he planned to keep the four alternates sequestered through tomorrow, in case they were needed. He agreed to let the jury continue deliberating until 6:15 pm, and then bring them back at 9 am assuming no verdict is reached.

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(First Coast News)

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