Prosecutors in the Andrea Sneiderman case have filed discovery evidence this week that suggests the evidence against her is similar to Hemy Neuman, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Neuman was convicted in March of killing Russell Sniederman in 2010 at Dunwoody Prep, a Dunwoody day care, when Sneiderman was dropping off his child.
Thousands of pages of evidence were shared with the defense team this week, much of which was presented in the trial against Neuman, according to the report.
Andrea Sneiderman's testimony in that trial is also part of the discovery. She testified in the Neuman trial that she didn't have an affair with Neuman, her boss at GE Energy in Cobb County.
She also testified that she found out about her husband's death when she arrived at Atlanta Medical Center. Both of these key claims by Andrea Sneiderman was in contrast to evidence presented in the trial.
Sneiderman faces an indictment that includes malice murder of her slain husband, as well as perjury and making false statements. Sneiderman is scheduled to be arraigned Oct. 8.