Dunn is sentenced to life in prison without parole for the fatal shooting of 17-year old Davis. Dunn is sentenced to an additional 90 years in prison for three attempted murder convictions and another 15 years for firing into an occupied vehicle. Judge Russell Healey:
Our justice system works. This case demonstrates that our justice system does work.
Jurors find Dunn guilty of first degree murder in the shooting death of Jordan Davis. Dunn faces a life sentence along with a minimum of 25 years to life for using a firearm. Davis’ mother expressed her gratitude toward the verdict:
It represented justice not only for my son but for Trayvon and for all the nameless faces and children and people who will never have a voice. Words cannot express our joy but also our great sorrow because … we know that Jordan has received his justice. We know that Jordan’s life and legacy will live on for others, but at the same time, we’re very saddened by the life that Michael Dunn will continue to live. We are saddened for his family, for his friends and the community that will continue to suffer by his actions.