What Happened With Dr. Robert Neulander Of Syracuse NY Case?
Dr Robert Neulander is the prime suspect in the Syracuse NY Death case of Leslie. He was arrested in 2015 but later got bail in 2018.
The death of Robert’s wife Leslie was initially assumed to be from slipping and falling in the bathroom while she was in the shower, which had hit her head on the marble bench, as stated by Robert.
But the District Attorney Fitzpatrick didn’t get convinced with the story about Leslie’s death as they were on trial for separation from each other. The medical examiner doctor, Roberts, ruled the case to be caused by accident, but her death was not justified yet, and the case was re-opened.
In 2015, after eight days of testimonial, it was found he was guilty, and the jury gave the verdict to twenty-year in life imprisonment. But when the misconduct of one of the jurors was found, he got released from the prison in 2018. The case has been opened again in 2022 as it got delayed for two years due to a pandemic
Dr Robert Neulander Arrested For Killing Wife Leslie
Dr Robert Neulander is a former obstetrician and gynecologist who has delivered many central New York babies in his career. He was arrested for killing his wife, Leslie. He is yet to have his own Wikipedia page.
He was married to his wife Leslie and had two daughters and a son. His wife’s death occurred at 8 am, on September 17, 2012, when she slipped and fell, while taking bath in the shower.
But later, Robert’s involvement in the case was found during the investigation of Leslie’s death case, and he spent three years in prison before his second trial.
Where Is MD Robert Neulander Now?
Dr Robert Neulander is now in the custody of Onondaga County, and during the second trial of his wife’s death, he was found guilty. His sentencing will be done on May 2 as it got delayed from the previous schedule on April 11.
He has served three years in prison already from 2015 to 2018. District Attorney Bill Fitzpatrick says that he will get similar punishment, that he got before the first trial.
His son is not believing in the crime committed by his father and will appeal the second guilty verdict.