Hemy Neuman, who was convicted of murdering Rusty Sneiderman, appears at a court hearing.

Hemy Neuman, the man found guilty of killing Rusty Sneiderman as he dropped off his son at a Dunwoody daycare center, will seek a new trial. According to a report in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Neuman plans to be in court Tuesday, Feb. 4, with his legal team.

Lawyers for Neuman — found guilty but mentally ill in the November 2010 murder  — say that since Sneiderman’s widow, Andrea, gave perjured testimony to help convict their client, he deserves a new hearing. Andrea Sneiderman was convicted last August on nine felony counts of perjury, making false statements and hindering the apprehension of a criminal. Neuman is currently serving life without parole.

Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley is Editor of Atlanta Intown. He can be reached at collin@atlantaintownpaper.com.