Following nearly seven hours of deliberations, jurors in the Andrea Sneiderman perjury trial told DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Gregory A. Adams late Friday afternoon that they need more time.
The six-man, six-woman panel will reconvene at 8:30 a.m. Monday to decide on the Dunwoody widow’s fate. Sneiderman is charged in a 13-count indictment that alleges she lied under oath, misled investigators and hindered the apprehension of a criminal in connection with her husband’s murder in November 2010. Each count carries a maximum sentence ranging from five to 10 years in prison.
Sneiderman, 37, has denied accusations she was attempting to cover up an affair with her former boss, Hemy Neuman, who was convicted last year in the fatal shooting of Rusty Sneiderman outside a Dunwoody day care facility.
There were no outward signs of tension among jurors, who had only one request Friday. They told Adams they wanted to review the videotaped deposition of Sneiderman’s mother, Bonnie Greenberg, describing her reaction to an email Neuman sent to her daughter a week before his arrest.
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