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

UPDATE: The jury has reached a verdict and will announce its decision shortly.

Here is the previous CBS Atlanta report filed this morning:

Jurors in the perjury trial of Andrea Sneiderman resumed deliberations Monday morning.

A DeKalb County judge sent jurors home for the weekend Friday afternoon after their first full day of deliberations.

The Dunwoody widow faces 13 charges. Sneiderman is accused of lying to police and in court in the days and weeks following her husband’s murder in 2010.

Early Friday, 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 said any watching of video evidence by the jury must take place in open court. The jury returned to the deliberation room without watching the video.

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