CPO-1579-09 & CPO-1789-09
BEFORE: Washington,*fn1 Chief Judge, and Nebeker and Steadman, Senior Judges
On consideration of the motion of counsel for appellant to withdraw, appellant's pro se motion to supplement the record and to expedite the appeal, the opinion and judgment of this court affirming the trial court's order appealed from, and appellant's pro se emergency motion to correct or amend said opinion while a petition for rehearing en banc is pending, it is
ORDERED that the motion of counsel for appellant to withdraw is granted, nunc pro tunc to the time of filing in this court, and it is
FURTHER ORDERED that appellant's pro se motion to supplement the record and to expedite the appeal is denied as moot, and it is
FURTHER ORDERED that appellant's emergency motion is granted in part and the opinion issued on May 12, 2011, is amended by striking in its entirety the first paragraph under section I and substituting therefor the following text:
"This CPO proceeding arose out of a physical altercation between Dr. Araya and his wife, appellee Aida Keleta, with respect to which the trial court made the following findings of fact:
The Court credits the testimony from both parties and finds that on January 13, 2009, both [Dr.] Araya and Ms. Keleta were involved in an altercation outside the New Jersey Avenue Property regarding the proper medical treatment for [their child]. On this particular date, the Court finds that [Dr.] Araya violently assaulted Ms. Keleta by pulling and dragging her across the threshold of the door of the home. The Court also finds that Ms. Keleta assaulted [Dr.] Araya by biting him in his torso area, perhaps to refrain [Dr.] Araya from taking the minor children from the New Jersey Avenue property."
The opinion, as amended, is attached to this order.
Honorable Erik P. Christian
Henok Araya 908 New Hampshire Avenue, NW Suite 400 Washington, DC 20037 John Christopher Belcher, Esquire 6188 Oxon Hill ...