Andrea Sneiderman Trial News
Andrea Sneiderman Guilty of Perjury in Husband's Death
The woman's husband, Rusty Sneiderman, was shot in November 2010 by her former boss.
Andrea Sneiderman Trial Live Coverage
Georgia widow Andrea Sneiderman is facing more than a dozen charges relating to the investigation into her husband's 2010 murder is believed by prosecutors to have lied in court about an affair with the man convicted of shooting her husband. Hemy Neuman was convicted in March 2012 of murdering
Woman Accused of Hindering Probe Into Husband's Death
Prosecutors say Andrea Sneiderman was having an affair with the man who shot and killed her husband.
Andrea Sneiderman Trial: Victim's Wife Accused of Lying About Affair With Killer
Andrea Sneiderman, 37, Is Facing Charges Including Lying Under Oath and Perjury
Dunwoody Day Care Trial: The Sequel
Part 6: On the eve of Andrea Sneiderman's trial, the murder charges were dropped.
Andrea Sneiderman Murder Charges Dropped in Dunwoody Daycare Case
In March 2012, Hemy Neuman was convicted of murdering Rusty Sneiderman, 36, in the parking lot of Sneiderman's son's day care center in Dunwoody, Ga., and sentenced to life in prison. But anyone who thought that was the end of the story had another thing coming. Watch the full story on "20/20"
Dunwoody, Georgia Day Care Killing: Widow Charged With Murder
Andrea Sneiderman is accused of conspiring with her co-worker to kill her husband.
Andrea Sneiderman Arrested for Husband's Murder
Sneiderman Plotted Murder with Co-Worker Now Doing Life in Prison for Hit Job
Was Dunwoody Victim's Widow In on the Murder? Prosecutors Investigate
They secured a guilty verdict against Dunwoody Day Care shooter Hemy Neuman , but prosecutors in Georgia say their investigation into the murder of father of two Rusty Sneiderman isn't over: They're working to determine if there is any evidence that Sneiderman's widow -- who allegedly had an affair
Dunwoody Murder Victim's Parents Suspicious of Daughter-in-Law
In January, 2011, long before Georgia prosecutors called Andrea Sneiderman a "co-conspirator" in the murder of her husband, the victim's parents had their doubts about their daughter-in-law. "Andrea called us sobbing and in tears, (saying) 'I'm so so sorry Don Sneiderman told ABC News Atlanta