The second juror from the Michael Dunn murder trial to go public agreed with her predecessor: Dunn murdered Jordan Davis.

She hopes the jury in the retrial will be able to agree on a verdict on the first-degree murder charge.

Creshuna Miles, 21, known as juror No. 8, told CNN she would have convicted Dunn on second-degree murder, not first-degree as sought by prosecutors.

Miles and the rest of the jury convicted him of three counts of attempted second-degree murder for firing at three teens with Dunn in their car in a Southside convenience store parking lot.

Miles said she thinks the jury made the right decision to come back with a partial verdict because they could not reach an agreement on the first-degree murder charge and she hopes the next jury will be able to do so.

The interview with CNN correspondent Alina Machado lasted about an hour but only an excerpt from the interview was released during “CNN Newsroom” at 3 p.m. A longer version of the interview aired on "Anderson Cooper 360" later Thursday.

Miles is from Riverside with no children. She was one of two black women on the jury.

Machado said she was also the youngest person on the jury.

“I never once thought about, ‘Oh, this was a black kid, this was a white guy.’ Because … that wasn’t the case,” Miles said to Machado.

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Jurors deadlocked on whether Dunn, 47, murdered 17-year-old Jordan Davis or shot him in self-defense. Judge Russell Healey declared a mistrial on the murder charge on Saturday.

Jurors did convict Dunn of the second-degree attempted murders of Leland Brunson, Tevin Thompson and Tommie Stornes, and also convicted him of a fourth count of firing bullets into the vehicle all four teenagers were in after a confrontation over loud music in November 2012.

Miles told Machado the trial wasn’t about race and that it was about justice.

“When I walked into it [the trial] I just wanted to bring justice to whoever it was,” Miles said in the interview. “If it was Michael Dunn I wanted to bring justice to him. If it was Leland, Tevin, Tommie or Jordan [the teens in the car] I wanted to bring justice to them.”

Machado asked Miles what she thought about people who are saying this was another white guy getting away with killing a black kid and Miles suggested those people don’t know the law.

“They should knowledge themselves on the law,” Miles told Machado.

Miles also told Machado she thinks Dunn is a "good guy" but that he did murder Davis.

She said she thought Dunn was acting in self defense until he continued firing when the vehicle was trying to flee.

The most impressive witness was Dunn's fiancee, Rhonda Rouer, Miles said in the interview.

She also said the jury started the Day with a prayer on Saturday, the final day of deliberation.

Before Miles, juror No. 4 was the first juror to go public in an interview with ABC News’ Byron Pitts earlier this week.

Juror No. 4 only gave her first name, Valerie. She is a home care nurse administrator from Arlington with no children, and said that the original vote was 10-2 on the first-degree murder charge.

She said the two jurors in the minority thought Dunn acted in self-defense and was justified in firing 10 shots into the car occupied by Davis and three friends. Juror No. 4 said the final vote was 9-3 in favor of conviction.

Dunn is scheduled to have a sentencing hearing the week of March 24. He faces a potential 105 years in prison on the four convictions, and under Florida’s minimum mandatory laws must be sentenced to at least 60 years.

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