A Queens woman who testified that she shot her husband in self-defense has tearfully surrendered to authorities while awaiting a prison sentence for gun possession.
Her lawyers are still hoping to get her bail extended, so she could be free until her Nov. 10 sentencing.
The defendant said she shot retired NYPD Sgt. Raymond Sheehan after suffering decades of physical and verbal abuse. He was hit 11 times.
The weapon charge carries a mandatory prison sentence of 3 1/2 to 15 years.