The trial of Hemy Neuman, accused of the November 2010 killing of Russell Sneiderman, is on a two-day recess.
Neuman, who was a supervisor at GE Energy in Marietta, is pleading not guilty by reason of insanity. He is accused of shooting the 36-year-old entrepreneur several times outside Dunwoody Prep daycare, where Sneiderman had dropped off his 2-year-old son.
Superior Court Judge Gregory A. Adams put the trial in recess until March 8 for unrelated matters.
On March 7, it was announced that Adams’ mother passed away on March 6.