Dr. Robert Neulander, a prominent physician and Jewish lay leader in Syracuse, N.Y., was found guilty of second-degree murder in the 2012 death of his wife.
The prosecution concluded its arguments in the trial of a leader in the Syracuse Jewish community accused of murdering his wife.
Jury selection began in the trial of a Syracuse, N.Y., physician accused of murdering his wife.
Robert Neulander, a prominent Syracuse obstetrician, is charged in the murder of his wife. Twelve years ago, Rabbi Fred Neulander of Cherry Hill, N.J. was convicted of killing his wife.
Robert Neulander is a mainstay of the Syracuse Jewish community. Leaders are stunned that the prominent obstetrician has been charged with murdering his wife.
A prominent physician active in the Syracuse, N.Y., Jewish community was indicted for the September 2012 murder of his wife.