Several Arizona legislators are discussing Arizona's stand-your-ground self-defense law in the wake of Florida neighborhood activist George Zimmerman's acquittal in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
According to the Arizona Republic, one legislative critic of the law said a big problem is that a 2010 amendment makes it apply outside of the home.
Democratic Sen. Steve Gallardo said he fears that people who would otherwise walk away from a confrontation may instead stand their ground and use deadly force.
Republican Rep. John Kavanagh said he is evaluating the law, but that nothing so far has changed his position that it's a good law that protects law-abiding people.
U.S. Sen. John McCain has called on Arizona legislators to review the law. Gov. Jan Brewer said she supports it.