The jury is almost chosen in the Andrea Sneiderman trial, but one more day will be needed.
Judge Gregory Adams stopped the process after 37 people were seated.
39 will be necessary.
So potential jurors will be back in the DeKalb County courthouse Wednesday for the remainder of jury selection.
Once 39 people are empanelled, all sides will return to the courthouse on Thursday afternoon to whittle that number down to 15.
Attorneys for the state and for Sneiderman each get 12 strikes, which will leave a panel of 12 jurors and 3 alternates.
Openings statements in the case are set to get underway on Friday. Witnesses will begin taking the stand Monday morning.
Sneiderman is facing a 13 count indictment on charges of perjury and lying to the police.
Three charges, malice murder, felony murder and aggravated assault, were dropped on Friday.
All the charges stem from the murder of Sneiderman's husband, Rusty, in November of 2010.
Rusty Sneiderman had just dropped his three old son, Ian, off at the Dunwoody Prep Daycare when he went into the parking lot. Then a van pulled up and Hemy Neuman, in disguise, shot Rusty four times, killing him.
Hemy Neuman, who was later arrested and convicted in the murder, was Andrea Sneiderman's boss at General Electric.
During his trial Neuman claimed he had an affair with Andrea Sneiderman, but maintains she had nothing to do with the shootings.
Andrea has denied the affair and that has led to some of the lying and perjury charges against her.
Sneiderman, whose bond has been reduced due to the dropping of the most serious charges, was arrested last August.
Her trial is expected to last about three weeks. Hemy Neuman was found guilty, but mentally ill and was sentenced to life in prison without parole.