Andrea Sneiderman in jail but could bond out today | News
DECATUR, Ga. -- Andrea Sneiderman could be released from jail Wednesday afternoon.
DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Gregory Adams granted Sneiderman $500,000 bond Tuesday, half of which must be paid in cash before she can bond out.
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Sheriff Tom Brown said the judge left before signing Sneiderman's paperwork, so she would have to spend one more night in jail.
Additional conditions of her Sneiderman's release include surrendering her passport as well as those of her children. She must live in her parents' house under house arrest and wear an ankle monitor. She is banned from contacting potential witnesses outside of her parents, children and rabbi.
Andrea Sneiderman is charged with the murder of her husband Rusty and several related charges.