Andrea Sneiderman Pleads Not Guilty To Newest Charges In Her Husband's Murder Case
Sneiderman is accused of arranging for her husband, Beachwood native Russell Sneiderman, to be killed
The woman accused of conspiring to kill her husband, Beachwood native Russell Sneiderman, has pleaded not guilty to the newest charges she faces.
Andrea Sneiderman pleaded not guilty to a 16-count indictment on Friday, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Andrea Sneiderman had been charged already with eight counts for allegations that she participated in her husband's murder. The new indictment included counts of murder, aggravated assault, hindering the apprehension of a criminal, making false statements and perjury.
Her trial is set to begin July 29.
Sneiderman was charged with being involved in her husband's November 2010 shooting and is currently out of jail on a $500,000 bond.
Andrea Sneiderman's former boss Hemy Neuman is serving a life sentence for the shooting after a trial which painted Andrea Sneiderman as a manipulator in a murder plot to get her late husband's $2 million life insurance payout.