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Arraignment Hearing On Sex Charges Scheduled For Rabbi Isaac Neuberger

Baltimore, MD –– According to court documents, Rabbi Isaac Neuberger’s arraignment hearing is scheduled for February 13, 2014 at 9:30 AM, at the courthouse on Lexington and St. Paul, in Room 203.

Rabbi Isaac Neuberger being arraigned on sex charges
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Isaac Neuberger
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Neuberger is being arraigned on charges related to an alleged sexual assault which occurred on December 12, 2013.

According to reports, the sixty-five-year-old, allegedly sexually assaulted a male waiter at a holiday party held at the law firm of Neuberger, Quinn, Gielen, Rubin and Gibber, PA. (NQGRG)

Rabbi Neuberger allegedly approached a 22-year-old married man in the bathroom who was urinating at the time. Neuberger made a few sexual remarks and then put his had down the man’s pants. Isaac M. Neuberger denies the charges.

Over the years there have been rumors that attorney, Isaac Neuberger had invited several Ner Israel students over to his home for meals connected to Shabbat (the Jewish sabbath) and various Jewish holidays. During these visits there have been mumblings throughout the Baltimore eruv, that several teenage boys and young adult men had been groped by this revered member of a famous rabbinic family.

Isaac Neuberger is the son of Rabbi Herman Neuberger z”l, who was one of the founders of Ner Israel Rabbinical College and High School in Baltimore, MD. His brother's include Rabbis Sheftel, Shragi and Ezra who is currently executive director, maggid shiur and rosh kollel at Ner Israel.

Isaac Neuberger is a senior principal of the Neuberger, Quinn, Gielen, Rubin & Gibber P.A.According to NQGRG’s web page, Neuberger focuses his practice on business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, venture and project financing, reorganizations and restructuring and complex business disputes.

If you or anyone you know were sexually victimized by Rabbi Isaac Neuberger contact Det. Thomas C. Wolf of Baltimore City Police Departments, Special Victims Unit. He can be reached at: 443-984-6267

If you are looking for other types of resources, please contact The Awareness Center or your local rape crisis center.

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