No matter what the verdict in the Michael Dunn trial, the decision will have a huge impact on both families. Some experts compare the Dunn Trial with the trial of George Zimmerman ...saying both have sparked similar tensions. Last year, Zimmerman was acquitted of all charges in the death of unarmed teen Trayvon Martin. Channel 4's Tim Pulliam spoke to some in the black community who say they're deeply concerned about the verdict... Tim joins us LIVE from the courthouse...Tim? 3 00-0553-591:16-1:21You can clearly see that majority of the demonstrators outside the Duval County Courthouse for the Michael Dunn trial are black.As they wait for the looming verdict the chants for Justice become louder.They say they want justice for Jordan Davis. The 17 year old shot and killed by 47 year old Software Developer, Michael Dunn.Dunn, who claims self- defense is waiting for the jury's verdict on 5 charges - the most serious 1st degree murder.I spoke with black pastors today who say many in the African-American community feel George Zimmerman's acquittal in the Trayvon Martin shooting raised doubt over equal rights when it comes to Florida's stand your ground, self-defense laws and criminal justice system.But these leaders say they are urging the community to remain hopeful in a fair verdict. Pastor Mark Griffin/Wayman Ministries 104654 I think there is a certain about of anxiety.. I think if the Davis family and the Dunn family can be patient. This impacts them greater than it impacts the rest of us so if they can be patient, I think the rest of us should also be the same.Ken Adkins/ Greater Dimensions Christian Fellowship 104206 What I am saying to everybody whether they are apart of my service or my twitter followers or apart of my blog is simply this: The reaction I think needs to happen is when we begin to take a look at our on selves and our own situations and take full responsibility: How we respond, how we offer restraint. How responsible we are and how accountable we are. And I think if each person does those things. As a whole it will get better.