A Jacksonville judge sets a September retrial date for the city's highest profile murder case. Michael Dunn is charged with first degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis... in an argument over loud music in 2012. Dunn claims he acted in self-defense ... But a jury convicted him on three counts of attempted murder and one count of shooting into an occupied vehicle back in February.... That jury DEADLOCKED on the charge for killing Davis. This morning, the judge set September 22nd as the date for the retrial. Channel 4's Vic Micolucci was inside the courtroom and joins us live from the courthouse... Vic. 3 3 3 3 VIC LIVE IN: It's been a long and arduous process for Jordan's parents. They say they're ready for this re-trial to be over with... and they're holding out hope that this time...the jurors will be able to make up their minds and find Dunn guilty of murder. 3 00-0830-3548-54130-135 Michael Dunn remains behind bars after being convicted of 3 counts of attempted murder and shooting into an occupied vehicle... after shooting at the 3 other teens in the SUV that night...but a second jury will have to decide if he shot Jordan Davis in self- defense...or if it was murder. 01:52 "If we could try this beginning with jury selection on September 22nd." September 22nd is 22 months after Jordan was killed. For Jordan's parents, it's a long wait for answers.04:46 maybe we are a little bit more anxious because we are trying to Jordan's charges again. And of course there is always that question-are we going to receive the same verdict? Will there be justice for Jordan? Jordan's parents say they know Dunn will spend a minimum of 60 years behind bars for the charges he is convicted of...but they pray jurors will find him guilty of murdering their son.07:03 I want him to also be tried and it said by the courts in the state of Florida that you were wrong for killing Jordan Davis. And if that doesn't happen, I will not, nor will I ever be satisfied.Judge Russell Healey denied prosecutors' request to sentence Dunn now on his convictions...saying he'll make one decision on the Brevard County man's fate after the re-trial. Jordan's parents disagree...I don't believe that it is taking into account the victims families who are waiting on pins and needles.04:00 we are moving at a snail's pace.According to us. That is the way we feel about it, but we know that that is the system, that is the process and we have been very patient.Now the question is...how hard will it be to find a fair and impartial jury...attorney Gene Nichols says it'll take quite a bit of time.11:21 If they've already developed an opinion, it would be very hard to sit a jury in this case. We can expect the jury selection, if they are able to accomplish it here in Duval County, to take a tremendous amount of time to find people. It doesn't matter if they know about it, but it's whether or not they have a preconceived opinion. If they do then it is going to be very difficult for them to sit on this jury. 3 VIC LIVE TAG: Jury selection does start on the 22nd... like in February, the judge is looking for 12 men and women as jurors and 4 alternates. Once again, the trial scheduled to be here at the Duval County courthouse. Live Vic Micolucci,Ch4, TLS. QUESTION: Vic... we know Michael Dunn has a different attorney for this retrial... did she speak about the case today?ANSWER: Cory Strolla, dunn's original attorney, appeared in court by phone. He is in Brevard County.Dunn's new attorney, Waffa hanania, has not commented about the case, which is not uncommon for pending legal cases. Dunn's family members didn't appear to be there in the courtroom today.