Justice Served: What You Need to Know About the Renisha McBride Case

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  • Ranisha McBride
  • Renisha McBride
  • Closing Arguments Leaves Jury With a lot to Ponder
  • Theodore Wafer
  • Theodore Wafer
  • Renisha McBride
  • Renisha McBride
  • Cut on McBride's hand
  • Prosecutors Rest Their Case
  • McBride's Whereabouts After Crash Unknown
  • Sam Brue
  • McBride's Friend Says She Slurred Her Words During Call
  • McBride's Family Emotionally Shaken by Graphic Images
  • McBride's Father Was Frustrated He Couldn't Reach Her
  • Court in Recess Until Monday
  • Officer Says Wafer Screen Door Was Damaged
  • Wafer Says He Didn't Know His Gun Was Loaded
  • Prosecutor Says Wafer's Actions Were Unnecessary
  • Witness Says McBride 'Wanted to Go Home'
  • Defense Attorney Says Wafer Feared for His Life
  • 7 Women, 7 Men Will Decide Case

What's Happening in the Theodore Wafer Trial?

Theodore Wafer was sentenced to at least 17 years in prison on Sept. 3, 2014, and found guilty of murder and manslaughter on August 7, 2014, in the fatal shooting of Renisha McBride, 19, an unarmed African-American woman who knocked on the door of his Dearborn Heights, Michigan, home for help in November 2013. From the time news broke of the fatal shooting to the trial and conviction, BET.com takes you inside the Renisha McBride case. — Natelege Whaley (@Natelege_), Nicole Phillip and Dominique Zonyeé (@DominiqueZonyee)

(Photo: AP Photo/Detroit News)

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