Court: 'Stand Your Ground' Law Applies To Deputy Who Killed ManA deputy, previously charged with manslaughter, could soon be back on patrol.
Miami Judge Rules New 'Stand Your Ground' Law Is UnconstitutionalA Miami judge ruled the update to the controversial "Stand Your Ground" law is unconstitutional.
Appeals Court Deciding If ‘Stand Your Grand’ Applies To Deputy Who Killed Man With Air RifleAn appeals court is deciding whether Florida's “stand your grand” law was applied correctly in the case against a BSO deputy.
Burden Of Proof Changing In State's "Stand Your Ground" LawA change is coming to Florida's "stand your ground" self-defense law.
Florida Could Pave New Changes In 'Stand Your Ground' LawsLucy McBath fears more people will die if Florida's governor signs a bill that would make it harder to prosecute when people claim they commited a violent act in self-defense.
Florida Could Pave New Changes In 'Stand Your Ground' LawsA big decision is looming in Florida’s capitol.
Florida Set To Change Burden Of Proof In 'Stand Your Ground'The Legislature passed a bill that would make Florida the state the first to place the burden of proof in "stand your ground" pretrial hearings on the prosecution rather than the defendant.
'Stand Your Ground' Change Remains In LimboHigh noon is approaching in a standoff over part of a controversial bill dealing with "stand your ground" self-defense cases.
House Ready To Back 'Stand Your Ground' ChangeA change in how "stand your ground" self-defense cases would be handled in the courts moved closer Tuesday to advancing out of the House.
Court Grants 'Stand Your Ground' In Domestic CaseAn appeals court Friday ruled that a woman should not face charges in the shooting of her husband because she was acting in self-defense.
'Stand Your Ground' Shift Gets Senate ApprovalA move to shift a key burden of proof in "stand your ground" self-defense cases was approved Wednesday by the Senate.
State Senate Bill Looks To Expand "Stand Your Ground" ImmunityA bill moving through the Florida Legislature would place a larger burden of proof on the prosecution in "stand your ground" self-defense cases.