DECATUR – (WAOK/AJC) - The Dunwoody widow, charged with plotting with her former boss to kill her husband will be walking out of jail, after a Dekalb County Superior court judge granted her bond on Tuesday. Judge Gregory Adams set bond for Andrea Sneiderman at $500,000 dollars, with the stipulation that half of it be paid in cash. Sneiderman was arrested earlier this month and charged with malice murder, insurance fraud, perjury and racketeering in connection with the death of her husband, Rusty Sneiderman. He was shot to death outside their son’s daycare center in November of 20-10. In March, Sneiderman’s former boss, Hemy Neuman was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the crime. Prosecutors contend that Andrea Sneiderman conspired with Neuman to kill her husband, so she could collect millions in insurance money. Her attorneys say she’s innocent. Part of the condition of her release is that she live with her parents, surrender her passport, where an ankle monitor, and have no contact with any witnesses in the case.