"If I go to the doctor, I am putting the doctor before God"

He testified he thought Madeline had the flu or perhaps a fever but never expected her die. He thought she was in a deep sleep but not unconscious, even though her breathing was labored.

At one point in his nearly four hours of testimony, Neumann cried and nearly whispered to the jury.

“Who am I to predict death when death is an appointed time for all of us?” he asked.