A Florida legislator wants to let people fire warning shots if they are threatened. Republican Rep. Neil Combee’s filed a bill allowing people to defend themselves without fear of arrest. WINK reports Combee’s bill, a response to the cases of Marissa Alexander and others, would exempt them from the state’s “10-20-life” law if they show a weapon or fire a warning shot at an attacker. Alexander got a new trial this week. She was sentenced to 20-years for firing what she says was a warning shot into a wall during an argument with her estranged husband.