Stand your ground under scrutiny. The legislators who want the law changed and the likely-hood it will happen. 3 Good evening. The acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin has cast a renewed spotlight on Florida's "stand your ground" law. Now - the nation's top attorney - Attorney General Eric Holder - says the controversial law SHOULD be changed. Right now - 31 states have "stand your ground" laws. Channel 4's Vic Micolucci spoke with some local leaders who say the law is too broad... Vic is joining us from the newsroom. 3 I wanna give you an example. Say Kate here comes at me...and I feel she may have a weapon or she may some how try to seriously hurt or kill me. Some would argue that Stand your ground means I could shoot her...and never go to trial for it. Many say that's just not right. 24-28 41-47 1:19-1:26 1:41- 1:52 To shoot or not to shoot, that is the question... And a lot of times Florida's Stand Your Ground law is a factor... It's refocusing national attention after high profile cases like George Zimmerman's, Marissa Alexander's, and Michael Dunn's...even though Zimmerman didn't ultimately use it as a defense, and we don't know if Dunn will invoke it.56:38 "stand your ground is not in this book. It's not here in the constitution." Today, the New Black Panther Party petitioned for change in downtown Jacksonville. They said Stand Your Ground is downright dangerous. And some lawmakers agree.42:48 "I am not against self defense at all. But to make things so broad that just about any individual can claim the defense either stand your ground or just plain self defense. It's really a counter to safety." State senator Audrey Gibson says she's working with lawmakers to repeal the controversial rule ...which basically says a person can use deadly force and dodge prosecution if they feel reasonably threatened for either death or serious injury. Tuesday, U-S attorney general Eric Holder took aim at the law at an NAACP conference in Orlando.00:12 "it's time to question laws that senselessly I spoke to state representative Mia Jones today as well...and she says TONIGHT she's meeting with a group of lawmakers in Tallahassee to discuss a way to get rid of the controversial law. And representative Daniel Davis isn't saying the law should stay or go ...but he says it should be looked at...and made clearer. Vic Micolucci, Ch4, TLS. 3 Vic how likely is it that Stand Your Ground will be repealed?