Sneiderman Will Be Able to Attend Synagogue
Andrea Sneiderman's bond restrictions were loosened to allow her to attend Yom Kippur services.
Andrea Sneiderman will be allowed to leave her parent's house in Fulton County to attend a nearby synagogue for three Jewish holidays.
Judge Gregory Adams ruled Thursday to loosen the bond restrictions. Sniederman was released on bond in late August with $500,000 and the stipulation that she stay under house arrest at her parents home until trial.
Sneiderman is accused of being involved with the killing of her husband, who was shot and killed at a Dunwoody daycare in 2010.
Hemy Neuman, Andrea Sneiderman's former boss, was convicted in March of shooting and killing Rusty Sneiderman.
When Andrea Sneiderman was arrested in August, prosecutors charged her with malice murder and other charges ralted to her husband's death.
Andrea Sneiderman was in court Wednesday to try and unfreeze $2 million in assets.