All eyes are on the jury...and that includes many of those in the legal community. Today, hundreds of Florida's lawyers met at the Omni Hotel downtown for a Bar Association luncheon. Channel 4's Ashley Harding was there to get their perspective. 3 00-05 20-25 35-40 45-50 Of course, a lot of these attorneys have been in this position before. The so-called "waiting game". And for that reason, quite a few of them weren't comfortable giving their opinion, since the jury has not yet reached a verdict. But those we did speak with say they applaud the jury for not taking this duty lightly. And there's no way of knowing for sure which way they'll go. ////Judge NATS/// TRACK Since the state's case against Michael Dunn went to the jury...trying to figure out what the verdict would be has turned into something of a guessing game...even for those in the legal profession."well, it means there's dissention. There's no doubt in my mind that there are some people who have conscientiously held beliefs and they have decided one way." "as time goes on, you get more nervous. You start to get anxious.What does this mean? Is this good for my client? Is it bad for my client?"///nats clapping/// TRACK Hundreds of Florida's attorneys packed the main ballroom at the Omni Hotel for a Bar Association luncheon. Many of them say they've kept up with the proceedings, and know what it's like to play the waiting game."You've done work and all the preparation you can do. Now the process will play out like it's supposed to."TRACK While none were willing to comment on which way they think the jury will go....most said they admire the jury for taking the time to be thorough. After all, attorneys say there are many reasons for why a árashá decision could be made."to go home, to have supper, to get back to their families and things like that.Especially in a situation like this where the jury is sequestered and truly away from their families and truly isolated."TRACK As we continue to wait and hope for a verdict, these attorneys point to the old belief, that whatever is supposed to happen, will."there's a man's life that is being held in the balance. And there's a family on the other side and a lot of people who've had a lot of interest in the case."Tag: Another one of the attorneys I spoke with mentioned something the family of Jordan Davis was quoted as saying. That they're putting their faith into this jury...and they pray for a just verdict. For this particular lawyer, that all goes back into what he said, that the right thing will happen...in the end. I'm AH, Ch 4, TLS.