Jury selection gets under way Monday in the trial of a woman whose husband was killed by her boss outside a suburban Atlanta, Georgia, day care center in November 2010.
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Andrea Sneiderman was originally charged with malice murder, felony murder and aggravated assault stemming from the death of her husband, Rusty Sneiderman, but those charges were formally dropped on Friday.
Sneiderman now faces 13 lesser charges, including perjury and making false statements. She could still face lengthy time in prison as each charge carries a maximum sentence ranging from five to 10 years in prison.
Prosecutors say Sneiderman manipulated Hemy Neuman, her former supervisor at GE Energy, into killing her husband so she could be with another man, Joseph Dell.
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The perjury charges Sneiderman faces stem from statements made during Neuman's trial.
Neuman is currently serving life in prison without parole after he was found guilty but mentally ill of malice murder and illegal possession of a firearm on March 15, 2012.
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An indictment says that Andrea Sneiderman provided Neuman with her husband's schedule on the day of the shooting. Andrea Sneiderman’s alleged motivation in the killing was $2 million in life insurance and nearly $900,000 in marital assets, according to the indictment.
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