The mother of Trayvon Martin is on Capitol Hill testifying in front of a Senate committee that's reviewing the growing number of Stand Your Ground laws across the country.
"The person that shot and killed my son is walking the streets today. And this law does not work," Martin's mother, Sybrina Fulton said.
Fulton said the laws must be changed so that young people can feel safe in their own communities. A Florida jury cleared George Zimmerman on charges he murdered Trayvon Martin even though his defense did not claim it was a Stand Your Ground case. More than 30 states have adopted similar Stand Your Ground laws.