Thursday, February 6, 2014

Court Affirms, Remands In High-Profile Domestic Case

The District of Columbia Court of Appeals has affirmed the divorce decree, initial custody and visitation orders in a domestic dispute that involved the twin sister of Jill Kelley, noted for her role in the General Petraeus downfall.

The litigation had been the subject of numerous media reports because of the Petraeus connection.

The court remanded for further proceedings a motion to modify the custody award to the father and dismissed an appeal to the attorney's fees award "for lack of a final order."

The National Organization for Women Foundation filed an amicus brief on behalf of the mother.

Judge McLeese wrote the division's opinion. (Mike Frisch)

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