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DUNWOODY: Trial date set in daycare shooting
DUNWOODY: Trial date set in daycare shooting

DECATUR, Ga. -- The trial of a Marietta man accused of shooting a toddler's father outside a Dunwoody preschool is set for Feb. 13.

DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Gregory Adams set the date for Hemy Neuman's trial in a court filing.

Neuman has filed legal notice that he intends to plead not guilty by reason of insanity in the November 2010 killing of Russell Sneiderman.

The trial was initially scheduled for October, but it was postponed to give a court-appointed mental health expert time to examine Neuman.

Police arrested Neuman about a month after the killing. He supervised Sneiderman's wife, Andrea, in the quality and engineering department of GE Energy in Atlanta.

If the defense is successful, Neuman would become a ward of the state mental health system.


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