Fred Neulander. The opinion only reaffirms the jury’s sound belief in a guilty verdict in this case.” Carol Neulander was beaten to death by two. A LOOK BACK: Rabbi Fred Neulander murder trial .. The rabbi, now 73, is serving a life sentence for murder with no release date in sight. Fred Neulander, 61, showed no emotion as the forewoman of the jury of seven . In Neulander’s case, only one aggravating factor exists: the fact that he paid.
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Defendant informed Jenoff that Carol had a burgundy purse, in which she placed cash she brought home from the bakery that she managed. Elaine Soncini left gave chilling testimony. As the court noted, the sole basis for seeking discovery in this matter was to find some evidence that the State had promised Jenoff a lenient sentence as part of his plea agreement. He is currently imprisoned in New Jersey State Prison.
Due to the intense media coverage in Camden County, the re-trial was moved to Monmouth County. We are satisfied that any error in allowing Keeny to appear in prison garb was not “clearly capable of producing an unjust result.
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Carol rolled down the window and asked Jenoff what he wanted. To establish a Brady violation, a defendant must demonstrate that 1 the prosecutor failed to disclose evidence; 2 the evidence was of a favorable character to the defendant; and 3 the evidence was material.
Neulander was still at work when she left at about 5 p. To be sure, the judge would have been required to instruct the jury that Jenoff’s statement could not be considered as evidence of a propensity on defendant’s part to commit or conspire to commit his wife’s murder. Testimony of Beverly Weiss. The judge also determined that defendant was not entitled to a new trial on the basis of cumulative error, and an evidentiary hearing was not required on the PCR petition. However, once inside the numbe, Jenoff could not locate the burgundy purse.
The jury panel declined to apply the death penalty, relegating Neulander to serve 30 years to life in New Jersey State Prison in Trenton. His father didn’t try to stop him from entering the house, but his fellow EMTs physically restrained him.
One of defendant’s former attorneys testified concerning his and his partner’s decision not to raise the issue of Bell’s murder at defendant’s first trial. The judge rejected defendant’s claim that the State had withheld exculpatory evidence, and the claim that the State had presented perjured testimony from Jenoff at trial. Three days earlier, a defense investigator interviewed Beardsley in jail. Leonard Jenoff and Paul Daniels confessed to the killing.
Attention to them is part of the investigation. Neither Jenoff’s nor Daniels’ plea added any extra evidential weight to proofs of defendant’s involvement. And I love her,” Neulander continued. Jenoff would go on to tell his story to two juries.
One said he knew her husband and asked to come inside. Prosecutor James Lynch did not specifically ask jurors to hand down a death sentence but numberr them to let their conscience guide them to “do the right thing. Because defendant’s objection to the introduction of his statement through Rebecca’s testimony was meritless, appellate counsel cannot be faulted for failing to raise the issue on appeal.
Rebecca Neulander Rockoff, who now lives in Connecticut, wrote that she hopes her father thinks about all that he is missing and enjoyed about life while he is incarcerated.
Defendant did not follow him or attempt to comfort him. He said the defendant just sat at the kitchen table, bowed his head and replied, “No, it’s over. Just outside the front door, two of Matthew’s EMT friends grabbed him and physically carried him back down the driveway.
Jenoff would arrive at the synagogue around 5: We doubt, therefore, that defendant would have benefited from a “false in one, false in all” instruction.
The two were paroled from state prison about two months ago for a series of burglaries committed in the area several years ago. Sloan, of counsel and on the brief. Jurors failed to agree unanimously on a death sentence for Neulander.