The widow of Beachwood native Russell Sneiderman has been granted a $500,000 bond on charges that she was involved in her husband's 2010 slaying.
Andrea Sneiderman has been in jail since her Aug. 2 arrest on charges that she was involved when her boss Hemy Neuman shot and killed Russell outside a Dunwoody, Ga. daycare center.
The judge set several conditions for Andrea Sneiderman's bond, including that half her bond be in cash, that she wear an ankle bracelet and live with her parents for the duration of her bail, that she surrender her passport and her children's passports to the court and that she not have any contact with any potential witnesses to her trial except her immediate family.
Atlanta's 11Alive News ran a live video stream of today's bond hearing, during which friends and supporters testified that she would not pose a flight risk or try to sway witnesses if she were released on bail.
Her defense team asked the judge to release Andrea Sneiderman on a $250,000 bail.