Published: Jul 02, 2014 10:12 PM EDT
Updated: Jul 02, 2014 11:18 PM EDT

MIAMI-FL.-- For nearly two hours, Circuit Judge Sarah Zabel, heard arguments on whether or not to overturn Florida's ban on same sex marriage.

"That inequality demeans and burdens same sex couples in numerous ways," said attorney Sylvia Walbolt.

6 gay couples in south Florida filed a lawsuit in January saying the ban is discriminatory and violates their rights.

"They are a family except in the eyes of the law. In the eyes of the law they are second class citizens," said attorney Jeff Cohen.

In 2008 Floridians voted against allowing gay couples to marry. Florida's assistant Attorney General argues it's not the courts place to change a law that voters passed.

"It is not for this court to second guess or make a determination on whether that was a good policy or bad policy," said Assistant Attorney General Adam Tanenbaum.

Others argued there is just not enough evidence to move forward.

"We don't know the very basic issues in this case to decide something that is so critically important to all Floridians," said Matt Staver with Liberty Council.

Southwest Florida family attorney, Luis Insignares, believes the ban will be thrown out and says it will affect hundreds of local cases.

"It would affect divorces, it would affect parenting, it would affect inheritances," said Insignares.

At the end of Wednesday's arguments, the judge didn't make a decision.

We are still not sure when the judge will rule.