Recap: Sniederman's Case Moving Quickly
The flurry of activity after the arrest of Sneiderman has created a media firestorm about the death of her husband..]
There's been a flurry of news about Andrea Sneiderman in the past two weeks; and we're hear to help you keep up with the fast-moving case.
Sneiderman was arrested two weeks ago on an 8-count indictment that implicated her in her husband's death, Russell Sneiderman.
A timeline of the shooting and follow up is here.
Andrea Sneiderman also faces two counts of perjury, one related to the fact she denied to prosecutors and defense attorneys in court about having an affair with her former boss Hemy Neuman, who worked for GE Energy. Evidence suggested she did.
Neuman was convicted of killing Russell Sneiderman outside of Dunwoody Prep, a city daycare in November 2010. The indictment says that Sneiderman provided her husband's schedule to Neuman on the day of the shooting.
DeKalb District Attorney Robert James says he will seek life imprisonment upon a successful prosecution.
This week a media story questioned the investigation against Neuman by Dunwoody PD. The story suggest Sneiderman should have been scrutinized further.
Sneiderman is due in court for an Aug. 21 bond hearing.
Sneiderman is in a dispute over visitation between her in-laws and her two children. She was recently granted a continuance for a deposition in the case, which would have been trascribed in DeKalb County Jail.
Sneiderman's alleged motivation in the killing was that she was seeking to reap $2 million in life insurance collected from her husband's death, as well as more than roughly $900,000 in marital assets, according to the indictment.
Sniederman, who move from Dunwoody an undetermined time ago, sought to sell her home near the Dunwoody Library in April 2011.
The more than 4,500-square-foot home is still owned by Sniederman's estate. It sits on a quiet, residential street. The home is listed in county tax records at nearly $890,000.