ATLANTA (WXIA) -- Attorneys Jennifer Little and Douglas Chalmers have been retained by Andrea Sneiderman to counsel her as a witness and victim in the Hemy Neuman murder case.
Sneiderman, the widow of shooting victim Rusty Sneiderman, was barred from the courthouse after a courtroom incident that occurred after her testimony in the high profile murder trial in late February.
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She was barred for having what was called inappropriate contact with other witnesses in the trial. This came after she hugged witness Shayna Citron when Citron left the stand -- after the judge told Sneiderman not to hug her.
Sneiderman's new attorneys are in addition to her previous lawyer, Seth Kirschenbaum. A statement from Little and Chalmers on Wednesday said Sneiderman would have no further public comment until the verdict in the murder trial is announced.
Neuman is standing trial in the shooting death of Sneiderman's husband Rusty Sneiderman in November 2010.