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CrimeCarolyn Warmus released from prison in 'Fatal Attraction' murder case

00:30  19 june  2019
00:30  19 june  2019 Source:   lohud.com

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Carolyn Warmus , the schoolteacher convicted of the 1989 murder of her lover’s wife in Greenburgh, will be released from prison on parole as early as June 10.

Warmus ’ first trial ended in a hung jury, but the second trial ended with her conviction for second-degree murder . About 18 months after being denied parole, Carolyn Warmus was set to make a second attempt this week to secure her release from prison , where she has spent more than 26

Carolyn Warmus released from prison in 'Fatal Attraction' murder case
Carolyn Warmus released from prison in 'Fatal Attraction' murder case
Carolyn Warmus released from prison in 'Fatal Attraction' murder case
Carolyn Warmus released from prison in 'Fatal Attraction' murder case
Carolyn Warmus released from prison in 'Fatal Attraction' murder case
Carolyn Warmus released from prison in 'Fatal Attraction' murder case
Carolyn Warmus released from prison in 'Fatal Attraction' murder case

Carolyn Warmus is a free woman.

Man with multiple DUIs found guilty of first-degree murder in crash that killed woman driving home from church

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Carolyn Warmus , the schoolteacher convicted of the 1989 murder of her lover's wife in Greenburgh, New York, could be released from prison on parole A media circus surrounded the Warmus case , later prompting two television movies and a book. The case was dubbed the " Fatal Attraction " killing

WARMUS : ' Fatal Attraction ' case garnered media craze. The state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision said it expects to have a decision If granted parole, Warmus , who turns 53 on Sunday, could be released in May, according to the DOCCS. She hopes she can get out of prison

The 55-year-old former teacher walked out of Bedford Hills Correctional Facility on Monday, 27 years after she was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for a Westchester murder that drew comparisons to the movie "Fatal Attraction."

Warmus was convicted of murdering her lover's wife, Betty Jean Solomon, in the victim's Greenburgh home in 1989. Warmus, who has always maintained her innocence, had been having an affair with Solomon's husband, Paul Solomon, who worked with Warmus at Edgemont's Greenville Elementary School.

On Jan. 15, 1989, Betty Jean Solomon was found shot dead in her home. Warmus went through two trials but was ultimately convicted of murder.

Carolyn Warmus released from prison in 'Fatal Attraction' murder case© AP Photo/John Pedin Ex-school teacher Carolyn Warmus looks over her shoulder in Westchester County Court, Jan. 22, 1991. Warmus is on trial for the murder of Betty Jeanne Solomon, her lover's wife. Warmus was granted parole this spring, after she was denied parole when she first became eligible in January 2017. She was released from prison on Monday, according to state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision records.

Bedford Hills: Notorious cases led to Westchester women's lockup

Bedford Hills: Notorious cases led to Westchester women's lockup 'Fatal Attraction' killer Carolyn Warmus left Bedford Hills Correctional Facility on June 18, a facility known for its infamous denizens.

Woman convicted in ' Fatal Attraction ' murder granted parole after nearly 27 years in prison . Carolyn Warmus , 55, will be released from prison as early as The sensational case was chronicled in two television movies and a book and dubbed the “ Fatal Attraction ” murder after the 1987 movie starring

Carolyn Warmus will be released from Bedford Hills prison as early as June 10 after a Warmus , now 55, was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison in 1992 for the murder of Betty The case was dubbed the Fatal Attraction killing after the 1987 movie starring Glenn Close and Michael Douglas.

Her lawyer, Mayer Morganroth, confirmed today that Warmus had been released, but he did not immediately have any other comment and has not said where she would go upon release.

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This article originally appeared on Rockland/Westchester Journal News: Carolyn Warmus released from prison in 'Fatal Attraction' murder case

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