"Once all the facts come out, what really happened is made known, that it will be very clear that Mr. Dunn acted responsibly and as any responsible firearms owner acted under these same circumstances," Lemonidis said.

Jordan's father, Ron Davis, said he is not seeking revenge from the man who killed his son.

"If the person can look in my face and tell me why, that'll be enough for me," Davis said over the weekend. "I don't believe a life for a life, because taking that person's life is not going to bring my son back."

The Brevard County judge ordered Dunn held on the Duval County felony warrants. It was not clear when he would be brought to Jacksonville to face those charges, though Ron Davis said he was told Dunn would be returned to Jacksonville on Tuesday.