DECATUR, Ga. (WXIA) -- Andrea Sneiderman walked out of the DeKalb County jail just after noon Thursday.
At her bond hearing Tuesday, DeKalb Superior Court Judge Gregory Adams said Sneiderman would have to pay half of her $500,000 bond in cash.
DeKalb County Sheriff Thomas Brown said $250,000 was paid Thursday morning.
Other conditions of Sneiderman's release include being fitted with an ankle monitor and the surrender of her passport along with the passports of her children.
Sneiderman was arrested in early August and charged in connection with the November 2010 murder of her husband Rusty Sneiderman. Hemy Neuman was convicted of murder earlier this year for shooting Rusty Sneiderman to death outside a daycare center in Dunwoody. The DeKalb District Attorney's Office brought charges against Andrea Sneiderman, saying she was directly involved in the murder.