Sneiderman Allowed to Have Contact with Male Friend
A judge ruled late Tuesday afternoon that the Dunwoody widow may converse with a man prosecutors claim is her lover.
A judge has ruled that Andrea Sneiderman may have contact with a man that prosecutors say is her lover.
Sneiderman will stand trial later this year for her alleged role in arranging the death of her husband, Rusty Sneiderman.
According to Channel 2 Action News, DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Gregory A. Adams issued the ruling late Tuesday afternoon.
Sneiderman's attorneys argued their client was entitled to some type of companionship in advance of her trial, scheduled to begin July 29.
The Dunwoody widow hasn't been allowed any interaction with Joseph Dell since last November, when prosecutors added him to the state’s witness list.
Sneiderman, now living with her parents under house arrest, faces one count each of malice murder, felony murder and aggravated assault, along with seven counts of perjury and four counts of giving false statements. She also was indicted on one count each of concealing material facts and hindering the apprehension of a criminal: Hemy Neuman, her former boss at GE Energy.
Sneiderman has denied any involvement in her husband’s death. She will be arraigned March 15.