On Tuesday, Judge Gregory A. Adams sentenced Andrea Sneiderman to five years in prison, minus the one year she has already served. | Raw Video: Sneiderman on the stand
Andrea Sneiderman is now at a state prison about 70 miles northeast of Atlanta.
A judge said Monday Andrea Sneiderman will not be released on bond while she appeals her perjury conviction.
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Andrea Sneiderman takes the stand in her sentencing hearing. (8/20/13)
Sneiderman faces 13 charges including perjury and making false statements.
A judge granted Andrea Sneiderman permission to attend religious services.
Andrea Sneiderman, 36, accused of conspiring in her husband's murder, was released from jail just after 12 p.m. on Thursday.
Court documents obtained Friday indicate Andrea Sneiderman's attorneys want the eight-count indictment, which includes the charge of murder, thrown out.
DeKalb County prosecutors unveiled a new twist in the Andrea Sneiderman murder trial on Friday.
Motions filed in Fulton County court have shed light on the alleged love affair Andrea Sneiderman was having with a friend, Joseph Dell.
The parents of Rusty Sneiderman, the man who was murdered outside a Dunwoody day care center, have sued his widow.
With Hemy Neuman now convicted and sentenced for killing Rusty Sneiderman, the DeKalb County District Attorney says he will focus his attention on Sneiderman's wife, Andrea.
A DeKalb County judge granted Andrea Sneiderman a $500,000 bond Tuesday, nearly three weeks after she was arrested in connection to her husband's murder. As of 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, she remained behind bars in the DeKalb County Jail.
A wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against Andrea Sneiderman and Hemy Neuman for the death of Andrea's husband, Rusty Sneiderman.
There are new developments in the Dunwoody daycare murder case.
Week two of testimony in the Hemy Neuman trial begins Monday morning, but the victim's wife will be noticeably absent.
Opening statements began Tuesday morning at the DeKalb County Courthouse in the high-profile Dunwoody daycare murder trial.
A judge has sentenced Hemy Neuman to life in prison without parole after he was found guilty but mentally ill for the murder of Rusty Sneiderman in November 2010.
Now that Hemy Neuman has been convicted and sentenced in the murder of Rusty Sneiderman, many will focus their attention on Sneiderman's wife, Andrea.