Andrea Sneiderman Pleads Not Guilty
Woman pleads not guilty to an indictment that accuses her of killing her husband for $2 million in insurance money.
Andrea Sneiderman pleaded not guilty to an indictment in which she is accused of conspiring to kill her husband for $2 million in insurance money, the Associated Press reported.
Sneiderman appeared at an arraignment hearing Monday in DeKalb County Superior Court. She faces charges of murder, criminal attempt to commit murder, perjury and other charges.
Hemy Neuman, Andrea Seniderman's former boss, was convicted in March of shooting her husband, Russell Sniderman. Neuman was sentenced to life in prison.
Anrdea Seniderman was released on bond but cannot leave her parent's Roswell home.