Sneiderman pleads not guilty at arraignment

As expected, Andrea Sneiderman pleaded not guilty Friday to all charges contained in the state’s reworked 16-count indictment implicating the Dunwoody widow in her husband’s death.

The new indictment downplays talk of a conspiracy between Sneiderman and her former boss, Hemy Neuman, who was sentenced to life in prison last March for fatally shooting Rusty Sneiderman outside a daycare facility.

The mother of two is charged with one count of felony murder, one count of aggravated assault, seven counts of perjury, four counts of giving false statements, and one count each of concealing material facts and hindering the apprehension of a criminal.

Sneiderman’s trial is scheduled to begin July 29, almost a year to the day of her arrest. She is currently under house arrest, living with her parents in Johns Creek.