BY JOE PALAZZOLO AND ROB BARRY
At a time when a altogether U.S. carnage rate is declining, some-more civilians are murdering any other and claiming self-defense—a trend that is many conspicuous in states with new “stand your ground” laws.
These laws, that extend people some-more space to conflict and even kill someone who is melancholy them, are attracting tighten inspection following February’s argumentative murdering of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida by a area watchman. Florida has one of a broadest self-defense laws of a 25 states with some chronicle of a “stand your ground” principle.
So-called pardonable homicides scarcely doubled from 2000 to 2010, a many …