Sneiderman To Have No Contact with Third Man
The man that prosecutors claim is Andrea Sneiderman's live in boyfriend is barred from contact with her during a trial in which he is to be called as a witness.
Andrea Sneiderman is not allowed to have any contact with a man that has emerged in the case as a third man in the case.
Prosecutors allege that Joseph Dell is the live-in boyfriend of Sneiderman, who faces murder charges in relation to her husband’s slaying at a Dunwoody daycare in 2010.
Hemy Neuman, Sneiderman’s former boss for GE Energy, was convicted as the shooter in a March trial.
Charges were brought against Sneiderman for being involved in the killing in an effort to claim $2 million in life insurance. Sneiderman also has two young children.
Sneiderman attorney Tom Clegg said that Dell helps her take care of the children. However, Adams ruled that the rules of the court prohibit Sneiderman from having contact with any witnesses.