Grandparents to visit Sneiderman children
Ongoing visitation dispute put aside for the weekend
The parents of Russell Sneiderman, who was murdered outside a Dunwoody day care, will get to spend the weekend with their grandchildren for the first time since February, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
It's the first time Don and Marilyn Sneiderman will have seen the youths, aged 6 and 3, since Hemy Neuman was convicted in the slaying of their son and their daughter-in-law, Andrea Sneiderman testified in Neuman's trial.
The visitation this weekend represents a break in an ongoing visitation dispute between the Sneidermans and Andrea Sneiderman.
Sneiderman's role in the killing is being scrutinized by a DeKalb County Grand Jury. Sneiderman's full testimony in the trial has been subpoenaed.