The Murder of Carol Neulander
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Area newspapers reported rumors that the panel hung in favor of guilt. At the re-trial, Neulander was defended by Mt.
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Holly attorney Mike Riley. In Monmouth, Neulander was found guilty.
His son Matthew, whose testimony at the first trial had been lukewarm, was by the time of the second trial thoroughly convinced of his father's guilt, which was reflected in his testimony. The jury panel decided not to recommend the death penalty.
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Neulander had also argued court error on the issue of double or triple layer "hearsay" evidence, i. He is currently incarcerated in the New Jersey State Prison.
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Neulander denied any knowledge of the killing and also told Folks he never had an extramarital affair. As he did with a Cherry Hill police officer during testimony Monday, Riley used sarcasm as he acted with disbelief at some of Folks' answers during a contentious cross-examination. Riley focused on the handling of the crime scene, Folks' note taking during subsequent questioning of Neulander and about the possibility that Len Jenoff, one of the men who admitted killing Carol Neulander, had been in the house the week before her death.
Jenoff, a private investigator and friend of Rabbi Neulander, pleaded guilty along with a second man, Paul Daniels, to aggravated manslaughter. Jenoff testified in the last trial that Neulander hired them to carry out the killing.
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