by: Mike Petchenik Updated:
ATLANTA - Attorneys for the Dunwoody widow accused of playing a role in her husband’s murder have submitted a list of the evidence they plan to use at trial to prove she had nothing to do with the crime.
Prosecutors have charged Andrea Sneiderman with murder stemming from the November 2010 murder of her husband, Rusty, outside their son’s preschool.
Last year, a jury convicted her former boss, Hemy Neuman, of pulling the trigger.
Investigators allege Sneiderman was having an affair with Neuman and put him up to the murder. She denies the affair and the criminal charges.
Channel 2 Action News has obtained the discovery list her attorneys filed in DeKalb County Superior Court Thursday.
Among the dozens of items her attorneys plan to introduce during her trial include:
• Evidence that Neuman was stalking the Sneidermans in November 2010
• Evidence that Neuman acted inappropriately at Rusty’s funeral
• E-mails between Rusty Sneiderman and Neuman
• General Electric emails and calendar entries between Andrea Sneiderman and Neuman
• Andrea Sneiderman’s financial records
• Communications between Andrea Sneiderman and Rusty’s parents after the murder and Neuman’s arrest.
Sneiderman’s trial is scheduled to begin July 29 and the judge said he expects it to last nearly a month.