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What's next in the Michael Dunn case?

  • HLN: On the Case looks at what's next for Michael Dunn
  • Angela Corey vows to retry defendant on first-degree murder charge

Over the weekend, the jurors in the Michael Dunn trial announced that they were deadlocked over whether the 2012 death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis was premeditated murder. The judge declared a mistrial on that specific count.

Angela Corey, the state attorney, vowed that she will retry the case on the first-degree murder charge. Dunn was found guilty of three counts of attempted murder, and one count of firing a weapon at a car. As a result of those guilty verdicts, Dunn will serve about 60 years in prison.

HLN's Vinnie Politan and his legal dream team discuss what's ahead.

Among the questions asked of our panel: Will Dunn's sentencing go forward? And in the retrial, will his convictions be brought up?

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