Defense attorney in so-called 'Fatal Attraction' case dies at age 79

Prominent Westchester criminal defense attorney William Aronwald has died.
Aronwald died on Oct. 29 at his retirement home in Florida.
He was involved in a number of high-profile cases during his 40 years in private practice.
He defended Carolyn Warmus in the retrial in the so-called "Fatal Attraction" murder case.
He also defended former Yonkers Councilwoman Sandy Annabi in her bribery case.
Aronwald was an assistant district attorney in the Manhattan DA's office and a federal prosecutor, before entering private practice.
He was 79 years old.