Andrea Sneiderman, the Georgia widow infamously implicated in the November 2010 murder of her husband, Rusty, has been released from prison.
She was convicted last August of perjury and hindering the apprehension of a killer; Sneiderman’s former boss, Hemy Neuman, was convicted in killing.
For the November 2010 murder of Rusty Sneiderman outside a Dunwoody day care facility, he is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole.
Her appeal is based on what the defense claims was allowance of inadmissible evidence from Neuman’s former Realtor during the perjury trial.
“We are delighted that she’s home and we are vigorously pursuing her appeal,” said Andrea Sneiderman’s attorney, Brian Steel, without elaborating further.
The key to this new twist in the case: Melanie White, who testified that Neuman shared details of an intimate encounter with Sneiderman during a getaway.
Sneiderman, 38, has insisted she was never involved with Neuman, who is also seeking a new trial on grounds that he was convicted on perjured testimony.
“One of my greatest regrets will be allowing this predator into my life and not being stronger for dispelling his advances sooner,” Sneiderman said at her sentencing.
While she is a free woman, the mother of two will remain under parole supervision until the completion of her original sentence in August 2017.
Sentenced under the First Offender Act, her nine felony convictions will be erased if she does not commit another offense before her sentence ends.