JACKSONVILLE (CBSMiami/AP) – A Jacksonville man accused of killing a teen during a dispute over loud music will be in back in court this week.

Michael Dunn’s lawyer is arguing that a new trial should to be held outside of Jacksonville for his client.

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Attorney Waffa Hanania wrote in a motion that news coverage “has been extremely prejudicial to the defendant.”

The Florida Times-Union reports that a new hearing will be held September 11th.

Jurors deadlocked in February on whether Michael Dunn was guilty of killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis of Marietta, Georgia. He was convicted on three counts of attempted murder for shooting at three others in the car with Davis in November 2012.

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Witnesses said Dunn complained that the music coming from the teens’ vehicle was too loud, sparking an argument. Dunn claimed self-defense and said he fired into the vehicle because he feared Davis had a weapon.

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