Self Defense Laws Under Scrutiny
The shooting of an unarmed teenager in Florida has provoked renewed debates over the sweeping self-defense laws in place in more than 20 states. Some prosecutors and law enforcement authorities say the laws are too broad, and have fueled an increase in so-called "justifiable homicides." Proponents say the laws allow people to protect themselves in the heat of a confrontation. Kojo explores the legal ramifications of self-defense laws for lawyers and their clients.