I'm an attorney and advocate for the wrongly convicted. There are many cases that are troubling to the point where I'd say they're probable wrongful convictions (off the top of my head in New Jersey are Darrell Edwards and Issac Lenin). This isn't one of them.
I learned of this case and began posting questions on a couple of the message boards set up to support McGuire. Pretty quickly, my messages were edited, then deleted, then I was banned from the boards. This irked me enough that I started my own discussion board on the case, where all could participate ( http://melaniemcguirerightlyconvicted.yuku.com/ ).
Review the evidence and the time line. There's zero doubt (well beyond no "reasonable doubt") that McGuire is guilty as charged. Even if (and that's a pretty big "if") the points cited in this article had merit, there's still a veritable mountain of evidence. I won't re-state it all here. Any interested, or anyone with a question about the case, should visit the Yuku board.
The only open question on this case, and one I sincerely hope will eventually be resolved, is who her accomplice(s) are.
Anyone interested in the issue of wrongful convictions should take the time to visit the Innocence Project's website, browse the cases of the people who are probably innocent, and get involved. The only thing the McGuire case is good for is reviewing an example of a guilty person trying to game the system and play those of us who care deeply about this issue.