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Theodore Wafer is set to serve 17 years for the killing of Renisha McBride.
Theodore Wafer was found guilty of murder.
A juror from the Theodore Wafer trial said no one believed he killed Renisha McBride in self-defense when she knocked on the door of his Michigan home after crashing her car in November 2013.
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Many were stunned that Theodore Wafer was found guilty of the murder of the 19-year-old Renisha McBride.
Theodore Wafer will be sentenced on Aug. 21 and could face up to life in prison with the possibility of parole.
News organization characterizes the 19-year-old as a "woman who showed up drunk on porch."
After two days of jury selection, lawyers are poised to give opening statements in the trial of a Detroit-area man who opened his front door and shot an unarmed woman, killing her.
Jury selection began Monday morning in the case of Theodore Wafer, who killed Renisha McBride on his doorstep in Detroit on Nov. 4.
Lawyers for a Detroit-area man who fatally shot a young, unarmed woman on his porch are asking a rookie judge to step aside and are signaling that the victim's lifestyle should be fair game at a June trial.