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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Neulander, a woman of medium build who was just over 5 feet tall, had been beaten on the head numerous times with an unknown blunt object. Daniels’ attorney also testified.
He allowed an attorney for the Bell family to interview his client.
The murder allegedly occurred when Jenoff and Daniels returned a few weeks later and entered the Neulander home while only Carol Neulander was home on the premise of delivering a package for the rabbi. On December 24,defendant again went to Soncini’s home where they engaged in sexual relations. However, it is difficult to tell whether the clothing Keeny was wearing was prison garb.
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He and Soncini began dating on December 17,and were married in June He’s here to drop off a letter for Daddy and Daddy had told neulandef to expect it, so I shouldn’t be surprised. Then, in a startling turn of events, in Leonard Jenoff recanted, saying he lied when he said Fred hired him to kill Carol. A Rabbi, a Mistress and a Hit Man On that November night inthe rabbi arrived home from his synagogue, M’Kor Shalom, to find his wife, Carol, sprawled on the couple’s parlor floor.
neulanded He also claimed that he told the news media and prosecutor’s office of Jenoff’s concerns about the skid marks. When defendant visited Soncini’s home, he would hide his car in the garage. Long, supra, N. Jenoff testified that Carol’s knees buckled, she fell to the floor and said, “why, why? According to Matthew, defendant told him that he and Carol had had an “agreement” that allowed him to “seek gratification outside of their marriage because he and Mom were sexually incompatible.
Keeny testified that he was then serving a State prison sentence, and the jury would have expected that he would be wearing prison clothes.
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Find more books at http: But twenty years later Fred wanted excitement. By now Fred Neulander was 60 years old. It must be similar in kind and reasonably close in time to the offense charged; 3. Unless the defendant satisfies both prongs of the Strickland test, it cannot be said that the conviction “resulted from a breakdown in the adversary process that renders the result unreliable.
This time Fred did not testify.
As jeulander matter of fact, [Rabbi Mazo] could look out from his office desk out the window and see the parking lot where your car and his car would be parked when you were there; correct? She was talking on the phone.
By early Junedefendant decided that he wanted Carol’s murder to occur in their home on a Tuesday night.
Matthew testified that defendant answered that he did not want to save their marriage and it was “over. Daniels testified that he nfulander Carol twice with a pipe.
The story of a spiritual leader gone bad arrived in court this week. Again, defendant did not ask the judge to give a limiting instruction regarding the use of the guilty plea. Defendant refused to answer.
After Jenoff’s appearance before the grand jury, he and defendant discussed a newspaper article that indicated that Levin had testified before the grand jury. He called and asked the dispatcher what he should do. Weiss’s testimony was proper lay opinion testimony because she is Jewish, has been a member of defendant’s synagogue for twenty-four years, and has personal knowledge or experience concerning the ceremonies about which she testified.
In an oral decision placed on the record on December 20,the judge noted that the parties had agreed that Carol’s statements that a man had been observing her, and that he had approached her car, were admissible under the hearsay exception for present sense impression in N. Although Keeny’s testimony was used, indirectly, to exculpate defendant, it was not offered as information gained from knowledge arising out of an association with defendant.