JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Wednesday morning 45-year-old Michael Dunn waived his first appearance.
Dunn was to make his first appearance in a Duval County courtroom Wednesday morning after detectives extradited him from Brevard County.
Dunn's next court date is scheduled for December 19.
Robin Lemonidis, Dunn's attorney, said after proceedings Wednesday that she may or may not use Florida's Stand Your Ground Law as a defense strategy.
Dunn is accused of shooting and killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis November 23 after a dispute over loud music.
The shooting happened at the Gate gas station at Baymeadows Road and Southside Boulevard.
Police said Dunn allegedly fired into a car with four teens inside eight or nine times. Davis was shot twice and died at Shands Jacksonville. He was the only person injured in the shooting.
According to an arrest warrant released by the State Attorney's Office, a witness was able to give police a description of Dunn's "dark-colored Volkswagon sedan" as well as the tag number. Investigators also showed a photo line-up to the other teens in the SUV. One of them was able to pick identify Dunn as the man who shot into the vehicle.
Dunn and his girlfriend returned home to Brevard County after the shooting. Brevard County sheriff's deputies arrested Dunn Saturday at his Satellite Beach home.
Michael Dunn is charged with murder and attempted murder. Dunn is not eligible for bond.