The man who killed 17-year-old Jordan Davis in a Florida parking lot is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.
45-year-old Michael Dunn is charged with first degree murder and three counts of attempted murder for firing into the car where Davis and three of his friends were sitting.
Dunn says he felt threatened by the teens after asking them to turn down their music and that he shot at them in self defense. There's word that he may use Florida's controversial "stand your ground" law for his defense.
Jordan's parents Lucia McBath and Ron Davis, as well as their attorney John Phillips, join Soledad on Starting Point this morning to discuss their son's death and their campaign against Florida's law.
"It's about loud music and it's also about anger, about having a concealed weapon in your car, knowing you have it and feel bold enough to use it because you're being shielded in the state of Florida.," Davis says. "They tell you if you have a concealed weapon these are some of the things you can do. If you feel you're threatened in any way, then you are allowed to use your weapon."