A judge will decide whether Andrea Sneiderman will be deposed in jail over a visitation dispute with her in-laws, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Sneiderman's attorneys are asking a Fulton County Superior Court Judge to allow a continuance on the deposition. Meanwhile, Esther Panitch, the attorney for Sneiderman's in-laws, brought up the possibility that Sneiderman may not be released from jail aftr her bond hearing August 21 and therefore should proceed with the deposition.
Sneiderman's in-laws have sought more visitation with their two grandchildren.
Sneiderman was arrested last week on suspicion of being involved with the murder of her husband Russell Seniderman. The couple lived by the Dunwoody Library before Russell Sneiderman was killed in Novemeber 2010.
Hemy Neuman, Sneiderman's former boss, was convicted in the killing of Russell Sneiderman. Authorities say Andrea Sneiderman acted as a co-conspirator.