A Manhattan judge has refused to assign an attorney to represent so-called “Fatal Attraction” murderer Carolyn Warmus in her legal malpractice suit against her attorney.

“There is no authority for the Court in the instant case for legal malpractice, fraud, deceit, and breach of agreement to make such an award,” Supreme Court Justice Carol Robinson Edmead ruled in Warmus v. Heit, 401663-2006.

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