Michael Dunn, the Florida man who shot a black teen dead over "loud music," was convicted of first-degree murder and jailed for life without parole.
Dunn, a software engineer who has a concealed-weapons permit, previously testified in his own defense. He said he felt threatened when he thought he saw "the barrel of a gun" emerge from a window of the vehicle and acted in self-defense. Police later discovered that Davis had been unarmed. Officers also didn't find any weapons inside the SUV.
After the shooting, Dunn and his girlfriend returned to their nearby hotel and ordered pizza.