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“I shall bear the guilt forever,” NY attorney, Julius Reich, 64, remorseful as he is jailed 20 years for butchering pediatrician wife in 2016

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Killer husband gets 20 years in jail for butchering pediatrician wife on Jan 20, 2016
Attorney Julius “Jules” Reich was convicted in the death of his prominent pediatrician wife, in a savage knife attack at their mansion in Scarsdale, NY
Reich, 64, a former financial services executive, stabbed Dr. Robin Goldman 22 times with an 8-inch kitchen knife as she took a shower
Reich pled guilty to manslaughter in May 2018
The couple had been preparing for a divorce when the slaying occurred

Attorney Julius Reich, a former financial services executive, stabbed Dr. Robin Goldman, a prominent pediatrician, 22 times with an 8-inch kitchen knife as she took a shower.
They were getting a divorce but still living together in their upscale home when Reich killed her.
The Scarsdale, New York based lawyer was charged with second-degree murder after his estranged wife was found dead inside their mansion, early in January 2016

Julius Reich, [left], and Robin Goldmann 2.JPGAttorney Julius Reich [left], pled guilty to the stabbing death of his prominent pediatrician wife Dr. Robin Goldman, [right], on Jan 20, 2016
Julius Reich's home in Scarsdale NY 2.JPGThe crime occurred in the  couple’s 5,700-square-foot, $3.4 million home on Lincoln Road in Scarsdale’s exclusive Heathcoate neighborhood in Jan 2016

Prominent pediatrician Dr. Robin Goldman, 58, was attacked about 10 a.m. January 20, 2016 in the 5,700-square-foot, $3.4 million home on Lincoln Road in Scarsdale’s exclusive Heathcoate neighborhood.
Reich, 64, pled guilty to manslaughter two years later, in May 2018.
Speaking after the verdict, the District Attorney said the couple’s adult children had a “strong desire” to “avoid the trauma of a trial.”
“I shall bear the guilt forever,” Reich told the court, according to the Journal News.
The couple’s three adult children were not in court Wednesday.
Reich fought back tears and acknowledged the damage he’s inflicted on all his loved ones.
“I hope and pray that they stay strong,” he said, “to continue their lives and careers with the love and devotion their mother exemplified.”
Westchester County Court Judge Barry Warhit signed off on the plea bargain and reminded Reich he’ll always be known as a cold-blooded killer.
“What you did was unforgivable,” Warhit told him. “Your legacy for all time will be what you’ve done. You’ll always be known for that.”
After Reich stabbed his wife to death on Jan. 20, 2016, he walked downstairs and smoked a cigarette before calling cops to report the slaying.
He’s been in jail, held without bail, ever since that day.

 

 

 

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