Florida looks to expand 'stand your ground' immunity

Florida doesn't just want to let people stand their ground, it also wants to make the state prove they didn't commit violence in self-defense before taking them to trial.

Florida has been seen as a leader in giving citizens immunity in cases of self-defense, with a "stand your ground" law that has been an emotional point of debate after a series of high-profile shooting deaths.

While at least 22 states have similar laws that say people can use force — even deadly force — to defend themselves from threats, Florida could soon be the only one that spells out that prosecutors have to prove self-defense wasn't a factor before taking someone to trial.

Currently, defendants bear the burden of showing self-defense was a factor.