Just after 9 a..m., the jury enters the courtroom.
Michael Dunn, 47, of Brevard County, is charged with first-degree murder, three counts of attempted first-degree murder and one count of shooting into an occupied vehicle.
Judge Russell Healey thanks the jury for working diligently on the case and reminds them not to discuss the case among themselves or to view any coverage of the tiral.
First witness Saturday was Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Detective Andrew Kipple, who described the nine bullet holes found in the SUV Jordan Davis was riding in.
State Attorney Angela Corey talks with Michael Dunn's defense attorney, Cory Strolla about the display of items found in the pockets of the victim Jordan Davis, held by Assistant State Attorney John Guy.
With the jury sequestered, testimony continued on Saturday. The state spent over an hour questioning Dunn's fiancée Rhonda Rouer, who was inside the store when she heard two bursts of gunfire and looked through the window towards Dunn's car.
In emotional testimony, Rouer said left the store and climbed in the car as Dunn was putting his handgun back into the glove box. She said they went back to their hotel room, walked their dog and ordered pizza. She said it wasn't until the next morning she found out that the teen had died. UNCUT: Watch Rhonda Rouer's testimony
Several other Jacksonville officers testified and Brevard County Sheriff's Deputy Carmine Siniscal testified that Dunn was cooperative during his arrest the next day. The last witness of the day was forensic investigator Wendy Meacham, who was asked to confirm the items that were taken out of Davis' pockets before the autopsy.