V I R G I N I A :

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR FAIRFAX COUNTY

 

VIRGINIA STATE BAR, ex rel.
FOURTH DISTRICT - SECTION II COMMITTEE,

Complainant/Petitioner,
Chancery No. 184849

ALAN JAY CILMAN,
Respondent.


O R D E R

THIS MATTER came before the Three-Judge Court on the 22nd day of October, 2003, upon motion of Petitioner Virginia State Bar that two Bar complaints, styled In the Matter of Alan Jay Cilman, VSB Docket Numbers 96-042-0868 and 96-042-0886, be dismissed; and

IT APPEARING to the Three-Judge Court that said motion is well taken and should be granted inasmuch as the Virginia State Bar presently views the matters as not amenable to successful prosecution, using the applicable evidentiary standard of "clear and convincing evidence;" it is, therefore

ORDERED that the Bar complaints styled In the Matter of Alan Jay Cilman, VSB Docket Numbers 96-042-0868 and 96-042-0886, be, and they hereby are, DISMISSED, pursuant to Part 6, §IV, ¶13I(2)(f)(1) of the Rules of the Supreme Court of Virginia on the ground that the evidence fails to show under a clear and convincing evidentiary standard that the Respondent engaged in misconduct.

AND THE REMAINING ISSUES ARE CONTINUED FOR ADJUDICATION.

ENTERED this _____ day of October, 2003.

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ROBERT P. DOHERTY, JR.
Circuit Judge
Chief Judge of Three-Judge Court


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JAMES E. KULP
Circuit Judge

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PAUL F. SHERIDAN
Circuit Judge

I ASK FOR THIS:



LEO R. ANDREWS, JR., ESQUIRE
Special Assistant Bar Counsel
VSB # 4503
P.O. Box 1630
Arlington, VA 22210
(703) 527-0808
(703) 527-0810 Facsimile
leoa@erols.com


SEEN AND _________________________:



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ALAN JAY CILMAN, ESQUIRE
Respondent
507 Valley Drive
Vienna, Virginia 22180
(703) 281-6517