Michael Dunn was found guilty on four charges, including three for attempted second-degree murder, in connection with a shooting involving an SUV full of teens.
Dunn allegedly got into an argument with them over loud music.
He is looking at decades in prison, and yet there was no verdict on the first-degree murder charge related to the death of 17-year-old Jordan Davis.
Dunn's lawyer, Cory Strolla, told reporters on Saturday that his client was "in disbelief ... even as he sat next to me, he asked, how is this happening."
"It has not set in. I don't think it will set in anytime soon."
The incomplete finale to this emotional, hot-button trial, largely because of the fact that Dunn is white and the teens who were shot at, including Davis, are black.
For many, the Florida case echoed George Zimmerman's trial for the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin about 120 miles down the road in Sanford.