I read something on CNN that I found interesting, so I did a bit more research on it. Sheriff: Law protects SUV owner who shot, killed woman In florida, when you're under attack, from an attacker, you don't have to retreat. You can use deadly force. Florida's no retreat law Because the man pointed a gun at the family, the father had the right to use deadly force to protect his family. But this is what has deeply confused me: Isn't that the law in all states? I would do the same thing. If someone comes up to my loved ones and points a gun at them, I would not hesitate for one second to use deadly force to protect them. Based on the amount of detail that is present in the story, I don't think the father should feel guilty in any way. But would he have gone to jail in other states? This is a controversial law signed by... get ready for it.... Jeb Bush. But this is one time that I have to agree with a Bush. What do you think?