Andrea Sneiderman, the Atlanta-area woman whose boss killed her husband Rusty outside a daycare center in 2010, is free on parole.
Sneiderman spent 22 months of a five-year sentence in captivity, serving time for 9 felony convictions related to lying about and concealing her relationship with that boss, Hemy Neuman.
Neuman was convicted in 2012 of malice murder, despite the court recognizing he was mentally ill. He is serving a life sentence in prison.
Prosecutors initially charged Sneiderman with seven counts of perjury, four counts of false statements, and one count each of malice murder, felony murder, aggravated assault, hindering and concealment. On the eve of Sneiderman's trial, prosecutors dropped the three charges of violent crimes, and only proceeded with 13 counts, nine of which they successfully prosecuted.