Jordan Davis was shot in a dispute over loud music on November 23, 2012. Davis was in a parked car with friends in the parking lot of a Gate gas station.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The lawyer representing the family of Jordan Davis, 17, who was killed over loud music on November 23 wants more attention to be brought to the conversation of gun control in light of the Newtown school shooting.
John Phillips, who speaks for the Davis family, says legally owned guns are leading to more tragedies each day and it is a society problem in addition to a gun problem.
The family is holding a candle light vigil to remember Davis at 7 p.m. at Friendship Fountain. Ron Davis, Jordan's father, also wants to memorialize the deaths in Connecticut, Phillips added.
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