November 12, 2010
IN RE: BARRY S. STILLER, RESPONDENT.
BEFORE: *fn1Wagner, Chief Judge; *fn2Terry, Steadman, Schwelb, Farrell, Ruiz, Reid, Glickman, Washington, Associate Judges; and *fn3Pryor, Senior Judge.
On consideration of petitioners' petition for rehearing or rehearing en banc, and respondent's response thereto, it is
ORDERED by the merits division* that the petition for rehearing is denied. See In re Slattery, 767 A2d 203, 206 (D.C. 2001). "(holding Stiller in accord with principle that '[t]here is no requirement in either [subsection (b) or (c) of Rule 8.4] that an attorney actually have been convicted of a crime for the rule to apply)." And it appearing that the majority of the judges of this court have voted to deny the petition for rehearing en banc, it is
FURTHER ORDERED that the petition for rehearing en banc is denied.