JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Another juror from the Michael Dunn murder trial has come forward and says race did not play any part in the jury's decision-making process.
"Everybody's making this a white and black thing, and it's not," Creshuna Miles tells CNN in an exclusive interview.
The 21-year-old Miles told correspondent Alina Machado she thinks Dunn is guilty of murder, but not guilty as charged. She feels Dunn should have been convicted of second degree murder, but says it took her a while to get to that point.
"I was convinced, I was honestly convinced that he was in self-defense until he chased the car down and started shooting more."
Just like the first juror, who spoke to ABC Nightline on Tuesday, Miles said the mood in the jury room was often tense and that there was plenty of shouting. She recalls being particularly nervous as the jury re-entered the courtroom to deliver the verdict.
"Walking back into there I got so nervous because I'm just like 'what if we completely messed up?'"
When asked if she felt like the jury messed up, Miles said she felt the jurors did their jobs and added that she hopes the next jury is able to come to a decision.
"They'll come back with whatever they come back with. I'm not saying I hope they come back with guilty or I hope they come back with not guilty. I just hope they can agree."
Miles told CNN she felt Dunn was generally a good person who made a bad decision in a bad situation and was not going around looking for someone to harm that night.
She said for her, this case was about justice.