Sneiderman Discovery is Released

Discovery suggests that the evidence in the case against Andrea Sneiderman could be similar to Hemy Neuman trial.

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.

Laura September 30, 2012 at 03:03 AM
Robert, are you basing your premature guilty verdict on the D. A.'s assertion of an affair and a statement regarding when she the accused knew that her husband had been killed? I can only hope that you're never called to serve on a jury where evidence this flimsy is all that's offered by the prosecution. When I read statements like yours, I have to remind myself that we do still live in a lawful society, where we're SUPPOSED to presume innocence unless and until proven otherwise. Have you ever thought about how you would feel to be wrongly accused, much less wrongly convicted of any crime, especially a murder? Maybe you should...
Teresa October 01, 2012 at 04:46 PM
I hope the Jury will find this woman guilty and maybe give the Sniderman family a piece of the justice they truely deserve. She knew he had been shot when she called the family, however no authoritities had told her... Its obvious he was having an affair, she shows no sign of heartache for the loss of her late husband, and she is a habitual liar, I believe it was a planned homicide and Hemy is still protecting her. Amongst other facts common sense Has GUILTY all over her Verdict! I agree with Robert.
Rena Miller October 04, 2012 at 12:28 AM
When a Marietta Clairvoyant woman, who helped the cops find a missing child said she had him killed weeks prior to Neuman's arrest, it was hard to believe. But when you review everything that went on during the trial, she appears very guilty. That woman knew she did it and all she has said has occurred, thus far. I don't like the end though.
Robert Ostrow October 26, 2012 at 11:59 AM
Laura it is nice to debate this issue with you. I watched the entire hemy trial and observed one thing. A witness does not hug and kiss a prosecution witness. Whether she lied on the stand or not, that is for the government to prove. You are correct that the presumption of innocence is in place. But did you ever ask yourself why people go on trial in the first place. Why the tax payer eventually foots the bill for these erroneous trials. Yes I sat on trials, and yes i convicted when the evidence was there. Let the trial and the facts of the case and the jury decide who is wrong.
Robert Ostrow October 26, 2012 at 11:05 PM
Laura. You also forget that due process is part of the presumption of innocence process. Since you and I were not at the scene of the crime then the police must know something we do not. Another thought comes from my area of sociology. That is there are two forms of truth. The little t that refers to grey areas in the actual events that happened. And The big T which focuses on absolute truth. So Laura let me ask you this question. Do you not do the same thing I do with the accountability of crime and the justice system? Respectfully Robert


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