Ga. murder trial's focus on victim's widow

GREG BLUESTEIN Associated Press Published:

DECATUR, Ga. (AP) -- The widow of a Georgia man gunned down after dropping his toddler off at a suburban Atlanta preschool has faced tough questioning from prosecutors and defense attorneys during the accused murderer's trial.

Hemy Neuman faces life in prison without parole if he's convicted of Russell Sneiderman's shooting death. He claims he was insane during the November 2010 shooting.

The victim's wife, Andrea Sneiderman, has not been charged with a crime but has been front and center at the trial.

Prosecutors and defense attorneys have suggested she had an affair with Neuman, who was her supervisor at General Electric, and tried to protect him during the investigation.

She has repeatedly denied those accusations and has bristled at the suggestion she did anything inappropriate.