Woman Who Jumped With Baby Was Court Attorney

, New York Law Journal


Cynthia Wachenheim, the West Harlem woman who jumped to her death from her eighth-floor apartment window on March 13 while holding her baby, had worked as a pool court attorney for various judges in Manhattan Supreme Court's Civil Term for almost 15 years.

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  • Phillip H Inkel

    All I can say is yikes!

  • Alan Flacks


  • James B. (Jim) Gottstein, Esq.

    Whenever I see something like this, I suspect the new mother was taking antidepressants. See, http://psychrights.org for information on the harm caused by psychiatric drugs, including causing suicide.

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