DECATUR – (WAOK/AJC) – A DeKalb county judge has agreed to allow Andrea Sneiderman to leave her parents’ home, where she’s been on house arrest, to attend upcoming Jewish religious services. Sneiderman who was arrested last month on charges that she plotted the murder of her husband, was released on a half million dollar bond and placed under house arrest at her parents’ Lake Oconee home. She’s accused of conspiring with her former boss, Hemy Neuman to kill her husband Rusty, in part to obtain insurance money. In March, Neuman was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the murder. Sneiderman had also tried to get a freeze on her assets, which includes a two million dollar payment from her dead husband’s insurance policy, lifted by a judge, but that matter was tabled, when it was learned that her bank was based in Fulton county.
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