Law experts available to talk about fatal shooting trial in Jacksonville

Published: January 29 2014


GAINESVILLE, Fla. — University of Florida experts are available to discuss legal issues surrounding the upcoming trial of Michael Dunn, who is charged with fatally shooting 17-year-old Jordan Davis in 2012. The shooting occurred in a convenience store parking lot in Jacksonville, after Dunn and Davis got into a dispute over Davis and friends playing loud music from their vehicle.

Dunn’s trial is scheduled to begin Feb. 3 in Jacksonville.

Bob Dekle, senior legal skills professor; director, Criminal Prosecution Clinic
Cell: 386-365-4611

Areas of expertise include issues related to criminal law, self-defense, evidence, police tactics and interrogation.

Kenneth Nunn, professor of law; associate director, Center on Children and Families
Office: 352-273-0910

Areas of expertise include criminal law, criminal procedure and race and race relations.