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. -- Two more pretrial hearings are set in the case against the man who allegedly killed a teen at a Southside gas station last November.
Michael Dunn was in court again Thursday morning. He is accused of shooting Jordan Davis in what Dunn says was an argument about loud music.
Davis' parents were in court Thursday and said they will go to every hearing no matter how big or small.
The judge said he hopes to set a trial date at the end of October and is looking at a date in late January.
His next two hearings are scheduled for October 9 and October 24.
Davis' parents hope the trial will start to bring a little more healing. It's almost been one year since the teen was shot.
His family is planning a memorial on the anniversary. It will be held at the Seawalk Pavilion in Jacksonville Beach on November 23.
"We're calling it a celebration. Because we're still celebrating Jordan even in his death," said Davis' mom, Lucy Davis.
"We're going to release helium balloons that are blue and white with Jordan's name on it and the date. We're going to ask everyone to release them. And Jordan is going to go to the sky," said Davis' dad, Ron Davis.
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