Nearby: Andrea Sneiderman Posts Bond, Out Of Jail
An indictment says that Sneiderman provided her husband's schedule to Hemy Neuman on the day her husband was killed outside a Dunwoody day care - which some Sandy Springs children attend.
Andrea Sneiderman posted bond Thursday morning and has been released from DeKalb County jail.
Sneiderman also was ordered to surrender her passport and her children's passports, as well as wear an electronic ankle bracelet. She was also instructed to live with her parents until her trial.
Sneiderman's arraignment date has been set for Oct. 8.
Sneiderman faces an eight-count indictment that implicated her in her husband's death, Russell Sneiderman.
Additionally, her more than $2 million in assets have been frozen, which could play into her ability to post bond.
Sneiderman also faces two counts of perjury, one related to the fact she denied to prosecutors and defense attorneys in court about having an affair with her former boss, Hemy Neuman, who worked for GE Energy.
Neuman was convicted of killing Russell Sneiderman outside of Dunwoody Prep, a city day care in November 2010. [Sandy Springs children attend the day care center.] The indictment says that Sneiderman provided her husband's schedule to Neuman on the day of the shooting.
DeKalb District Attorney Robert James has said he will seek life imprisonment upon a successful prosecution.