What we know about the shooting of the NY woman who pulled into the wrong driveway

When the car she was riding in turned into the wrong driveway in upstate New York on Saturday,

a homeowner fatally shot the 20-year-old woman who had aspirations of becoming a marine biologist.

The shooting death of Kaylin Gillis, which happened just days after 16-year-old Ralph Yarl was...

...shot and critically injured in Kansas City after answering the wrong doorbell,

has sparked a national discussion about gun violence and "stand your ground" laws,

which permit would-be shooters to use force without retreating in order to protect people or property.

Tuesday marked the first time the suspect in Gillis' death was discussed by his lawyer, who claimed that his client "did not intend to hurt anyone.