JACKSONVILLE, FL (WAWS/CNN) – The man accused in a controversial shooting death in Florida is not seeking to apply the "stand your ground" law as a defense.
An attorney for Michael Dunn didn't rule out filing a "stand your ground" motion, but he did say he has no immediate plans to do so.
Dunn is accused of killing teenager Jordan Davis during an argument over loud music in a gas station parking lot in Jacksonville in 2012.
He has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder.
Dunn's attorney says the defense plans to argue Dunn was justified in his use of deadly force. Jury selection in the case started Monday.
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