The Florida jury in the murder trial Michael Dunn ended its second day of deliberations without a verdict.
Earlier in the day, they asked to see a foam mannequin that was used in court as a visual aid to show where unarmed teenager Jordan Davis was struck with bullets after an argument over loud music.
But the judge denied the jury’s request claiming that “Bendy” the mannequin was a demonstration, and not put into evidence.
The request came on the first full day of deliberations. They have been deliberating for 12 hours so far, and will resume at 9 a.m. Friday.
Jurors began the day by watching surveillance video of the moment that Dunn fired at a parked SUV and killed the teenager.
Prosecutors allege Dunn, 47, fatally shot Davis, 17, in a convenience store parking lot on Nov. 23, 2012 after Dunn asked the teen and his friends to turn down their music.
Dunn testified that he feared for his life and thought Davis was going to kill him, prompting Dunn to pull out his gun and fire nine times.