She says she killed her husband in self defense. A Jacksonville woman takes the stand today at a Stand Your Ground hearing. 3 Callie Adams broke down in tears several times as she described for the judge what she says happened. She says she pulled the trigger twice .. because her husband wouldn't stop punching her in the back of the head. Channel 4's Tarik Minor was in the courtroom for this dramatic testimony ..he is joining us now LIVE with an update.Tarik. 3 3 0-34-1414-2141-571:13-231:23- 28:37-4504:41:08" Did you have fear for your life? I had fear of great bodily harm for my life, he just started hitting me, and he could have really hurt me, and I didn't know if he was going to kill me, I wasn't sure, I didn't know, I didn't know. I was scared."44 Year old Callie Adams says she didn't intend on killing her husband Rodney Adams, she only wanted him to stop punching her, while she was behind the wheel of the family car. Defense attorneys says Adams was beaten by her husband on numerous other occasions during their 22 years of marriage, but this time, Adams said she had had enough. 04:41:40"I was shooting to get him off of me, and if it hit him...i wanted him off of me, he was hitting me, he was hurting me, and I just wanted him off of me."Adams admitted to the court that she she never once considered calling police to report the physical abuse that she alleges went on for decades.Prosecutors pointed out she had some bruises, and minor abrasions, leaving to question if Adams had to use lethal force.04:57:01" do you believe, a reasonable, prudent, cautious person, in the exact same circumstances, would have thought to open the door and get out of the car, rather than aim a firearm and kill their husband. No. "Prosecutors say Adams could have screamed for help or simpy got out of the car and ran, they also question whether she was really being punched, or slapped04:52:51" Did you turn around and see if his hand was open versus closed? No I know the difference between a punch and a slap. 3 Tarik - Is the judge expected to rule today on whether or not the Stand your ground law applies here?