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AARON WALKER et al,
COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS
September Term, 2014: No. 1553
September Term, 2014: No. 2099
September Term, 2015: No. 365
F. PATRICK OSTRONIC’S CONSENT MOTION TO WITHDRAW AS COUNSEL FOR
F. Patrick Ostronic, Esq. attorney for Appellee Aaron J. Walker, Esq., moves this Court
for a consent order withdrawing his appearance in this case and states as follows:
Mr. Walker and Mr. Ostronic have mutually agreed that it would be advantageous for Mr. Walker
to represent himself at this time and in this appeal. Mr. Walker’s signature on this motion
constitutes his written consent to this motion.
Such withdrawal will not cause Mr. Walker any prejudice. First, although Mr. Walker is not a
Maryland attorney, he is an attorney in good standing in both Virginia and Washington, D.C.
Indeed, Mr. Ostronic and Mr. Walker believe that this Court will benefit from the perspective of
two attorneys rather than just one. Second, this withdrawal is sought at an early stage of this
This withdrawal will not cause any other party any prejudice because Mr. Walker will not seek a
delay based on that withdrawal.
Mr. Walker has been apprised of the consequences of his decision and consents to it knowingly
F. Patrick Ostronic
932 Hungerford Drive, Ste. 28A
Rockville, Maryland 20850
Pro Bono Counsel for Appellees
I hereby consent to this motion,
Aaron J. Walker, Esq.
Va Bar# 48882
P.O. Box 3075
Manassas, Virginia 20108