State Lawmakers are considering changes to the “stand your ground” law in the wake of the Trayvon Martin case. The State Senate Judiciary Committee today approved a bill requiring Florida’s Department of Law Enforcement to develop training guidelines for neighborhood watch groups. The bill also mandates an investigation of use of force, even in cases where self defense is claimed. It also says anyone using force against an attacker can still be responsible if they injure or kill an uninvolved bystander.