The West Harlem woman who jumped to her death from her eighth-floor apartment window on March 13 while holding her baby was a pool court attorney with the state court system for almost 15 years. Cynthia Wachenheim, 44, did research and writing for various judges in Manhattan Supreme Court’s Civil Term. She had been on maternity and childcare leave since May. Her 10-month-old son, Keston, was in critical but stable condition yesterday at Harlem Hospital Center.
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