(CBS/AP) DECATUR, Ga. - Andrea Sneiderman heads to court Monday for the start of her trial, days after prosecutors dropped murder charges against her in the 2010 death of her husband, Rusty.
DeKalb County District Attorney Robert James told Judge Gregory Adams on Friday that, after reviewing the evidence, he is no longer sure of Sneiderman's guilt. The judge accepted the motion and scheduled jury selection for Monday on the 13 remaining charges, which include lying under oath.
Prosecutors had initially accused Sneiderman of arranging for her former boss, Hemy Neuman, to kill Rusty Sneiderman in November 2010 in the parking lot of a daycare center in Dunwoody where he had just dropped off the couple's children. Neuman is serving a life sentence after a jury found him guilty but mentally ill.
Prosecutors say Neuman declined to testify in Andrea Sneiderman's trial.
Sneiderman has repeatedly denied any involvement in the shooting.
According to CBS Atlanta, Sneiderman's attorneys say it will be difficult to get their client a fair trial due to the amount of news coverage the case has generated both locally and nationally.
Lawyers will reportedly interview 283 potential jurors in the coming weeks. The judge said he will call 300 more, if necessary, to seat a fair and impartial jury.