Jury Deliberations Likely to Begin in Girl's Slaying

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Jury Deliberations Likely to Begin in Girl's Slaying


Norman, Jim, The Record (Bergen County, NJ)


The jury in the trial of three Paterson men accused in the 2014 killing of 12-year-old Genesis Rincon was expected to begin deliberations this morning after hearing Judge Scott Bennion's instructions.

Genesis Rincon was riding her scooter on Rosa Parks Boulevard on July 5, 2014, when she was hit by a stray bullet, the unintended victim of shots that police say were aimed at a white van. She died hours later.

Jhymiere Moore and Jeffrey Ellerbee are charged with murder and criminal weapons possession in the case, and Marshae Anthony, accused of supplying the guns, is charged with criminal weapons possession.

After closing arguments Monday, the two key questions the jury will consider are the credibility of two main prosecution witnesses and the definition of the term "beyond a reasonable doubt."

Defense lawyers Matthew Cavaliere for Ellerbee, Daniel Palazzo for Anthony and Harley Breite for Moore sought to sow doubt in the jurors' minds, accusing detectives who investigated the case of incompetence and attacking the credibility of the witnesses.

The lawyers hammered at the believability of witnesses Caurie Swinger and Keyshawn Carter, both of whom agreed to testify in exchange for probation instead of prison terms in unrelated criminal matters. …

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