Prosecutors notify defense about dropping serious charges against Andrea Sneiderman

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Sneiderman talks with her attorneys.

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - Channel 2 Action News has confirmed prosecutors intend to dismiss the three most serious charges against Andrea Sneiderman, including murder.

Multiple sources told Channel 2 Action News prosecutors sent notification to Sneiderman's defense team Tuesday, saying felony murder, malice murder and aggravated assault will be removed from her indictment before the start of jury selection next week.

Sneiderman was accused of helping plan the shooting of her husband Rusty outside of a Dunwoody day care back in 2010.

The gunman, Hemy Neuman, is already serving life in prison.

Sneiderman still faces 13 additional counts, including perjury, stemming from her testimony at Neuman's trial and false statements she's accused of making to police.