DECATUR, GA (CBS ATLANTA, Reporter Newspapers broadcast partner) –

A jury continued to deliberate Friday morning in the trial Andrea Sneiderman, the Dunwoody widow accused of lying to police and in court in the days and weeks following her husband’s murder.

At about 10:30 a.m., two hours into their first full day of deliberations, jurors sent a note to DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Gregory Adams, asking to see “clips”of the interview of Andrea Sneiderman’s mother, Bonnie Greenberg.

The judge called the jurors into the courtroom and told them that if they are referring to wanting to see the videotaped interview conducted by Dunwoody police detectives in December of 2010, they would have to rephrase the question. The judge said any watching of video evidence by the jury must take place in open court.

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