DeKalb County

Andrea Sneiderman's parole ends years after husband's murder trial

A jury convicted Andrea Sneiderman in 2013 of lying about an affair with her husband’s killer, Hemy Neuman.

ATLANTA — Andrea Sneiderman, the widow of a man murdered outside a Dunwoody day care, has completed her parole after she was sentenced on perjury charges.

A jury convicted Andrea Sneiderman in 2013 of lying about an affair with her husband's killer, Hemy Neuman.

Neuman shot and killed Rusty Sneiderman outside his son's Dunwoody preschool in 2010. Newman was convicted of murder in 2012 and is serving a life sentence.

Sneiderman was originally sentenced to 60 months at Lee Arrendale State Prison, but the state parole board decided she should serve 22 months. She was released from prison in June 2014.


According to the state Board of Pardons and Paroles, Sneiderman has been under standard supervision until Monday.

Under the conditions of her parole, Sneiderman had to meet with her parole officer once a month, had to get permission to leave the state and couldn’t have any weapons. She was also subject to random searches.

The pardons and parole board said there was no probation to follow Sneiderman's parole.

We’re checking to see what Sneiderman’s plans are now that her parole has ended.

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