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NO RETRIAL FOR CONVICT IN RUMSON MURDER

NO RETRIAL FOR CONVICT IN RUMSON MURDER

HOT-TOPIC_01The convicted gunman in a 1987 Rumson murder failed to demonstrate that alleged prosecutorial errors led to an unfair trial, a judge ruled Friday, according to a report on NJ.com.

The decision, by Superior Court Judge Diane Pincus in Middlesex County, means that Albert Erle Kershaw, who was 24 years old in 1989 when he was sentenced to life in prison for the execution-style murder of his boss in Rumson two years earlier, isn’t entitled to the retrial he was seeking.

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CONVICT IN RUMSON MURDER SEEKS RETRIAL

CONVICT IN RUMSON MURDER SEEKS RETRIAL

kershaw arrestThe Red Bank Register story reporting the arrest of Albert Erle Kershaw in February, 1988. (Click to enlarge)

From Sunday’s Star-Ledger, a report on the efforts of a convicted killer to get a new trial. The victim, 50-year-old Earl Monroe Shoemaker, was gunned down in the driveway of his home on North Ward Avenue in Rumson on December 15, 1987.

Man convicted in 1987 Rumson murder returns to court seeking a new trial (via NJ.com)

John O’Boyle/The Star Ledger NEW BRUNSWICK — Albert Erle Kershaw was 24 years old in 1989 when he was sentenced to life in prison for the execution-style murder of his boss in Rumson two years earlier. Kershaw’s previous efforts to obtain a new…

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