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Widow barred from trial in preschool slaying

Judge in Georgia preschool slaying trial bars widow from courthouse for speaking with witness By The Associated Press

DECATUR, Ga. (AP) ' The widow of a man gunned down outside a suburban Atlanta preschool has been barred from the courthouse after prosecutors say she had improper contact with a witness.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports ( Superior Court Judge Gregory Adams ordered Andrea Sneiderman to stay away from the courthouse and not to have any contact with witnesses.

Adams said that after a witness testified Thursday, she was approached by Sneiderman. The judge said the contact was improper and granted the prosecution's request that Sneiderman be barred from the courthouse.

Sneiderman's husband, Russell Sneiderman, was killed in November 2010.

Her former boss, Hemy Neuman, claims he was insane at the time of the shooting, which happened outside a Dunwoody preschool moments after Russell Sneiderman had dropped off his son.

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