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"Theno-contactpleawasmade with
the understanding that the case would
be dismissed. That's a clear error on
DPS's part," Cahill said. "If DPS has
made that kind of mistake, what other
kinds of mistakes have they made?"
The no-contest order would have
prevented the University from holding
its code hearing.
In an undated letter in Welch's court
file, Judicial Adviser Mary Lou
Antieau asked Pollard-Hines modify
her no-contact order to allow the code
hearing to take place.
"While the University could delay
its hearing until the ninety days have
elapsed, Mr. Lavie filed his complaint
in April, 1994. He agreed to delay our
hearing pending the outcome of the
criminal proceeding. To delay further,
would seem to favor the accused stu-
dent at the expense of the complain-
ant," Antieau wrote in the letter.
But according to Lavie's written
complaint, the code case was filed June
17-two months after the date Antieau
mentions in the letter.
On Oct. 28, Pollard-Hines modified
the order to no contact "except as neces-
sary for administrative hearing at U-M."
Two different University reports
- as well as Lavie's and Welch's
accounts - have each put a different
slant on the incident.
According to DPS officer Michael
Kelley's report, Lavie stated Welch

sprayed water at his children and wife
with the hose.
"Lavie stated that as the neighbor
began to spray his wife and his kids he
approached the neighbor and grabbed
the end of the hose so as to stop her
from spraying his wife and kids," the
report stated.
Lavie also said in the report that
when he tried to get the hose from
Welch's hands, she kickedhim, grabbed
his glasses and threw them on the
ground.In thereport, Lavie further said
that Welch then punched at his wife,
and then scratched her.
But another report, taken by Hous-
ing officer Jon Lund, gave a different
depiction of the incident.
"Y. Lavie stated that Welch took a
hose and tried to spray his wife and
children with water," Lund wrote in his
report. In contrast to the DPS report,
Lund's report does not mention Welch
spraying the Lavies during the incident.
Lavie's report under the code, filed
the day after the incident, also does not
mention Welch spraying water.
Welch maintains she did not spray
the Lavies, and that she kicked Lavie in
self-defense."We don't believe she tried
to spray them at all," Cahill said.
Lavie said he would wait until after
the hearing to discuss the case.
"I don't think before the hearing I
want to go into public with that," Lavie
said. "In principle, I think this should
be held under the supervision of the
University authorities."
Besides charging Welch inthe June
16 incident, Lavie also has alleged

earlier incidents of harassment.
The alleged harassment took place
over a period beginning in fall 1993,
when the Lavies, who are smokers,
moved into an apartment next to Welch
and her daughter. Welch claims the
cigarette smokefrom the Lavie's apart-
ment pentrated the walls.
According to Lavie's complaint
under the code, Welch gave the Lavies
notes to advise them to stop smoking,
which Lavie refers to as "continual
harassment" in his complaint.
But Cahill said he will contest the
admissibility of this evidence because
of the six-month limit to filing code
charges. "Our side is saying there isn't
any evidence of harassment within the
six-month period," Cahill said.
Welch said Antieau initially in-
cluded a statement in the charge attrib-
uting the harassment to the "ethnicity"
of Lavie, who is from Israel.
Welch said she protested this alle-
gation, and Antieau removed the
charge, shredded the letter and replaced
it with a document with the same date.
In a Jan. 18 letter to Cahill, Antieau
admitted that she shredded an original
letter dated June 20.
Regent Rebecca McGowan (D-
Ann Arbor) said she wanfts to work to
ensure the code is fair.
"I would have liked to have heard
from the administration about this
frankly, but I have not," she said. "The
code is still an interim document. Be-
fore it is brought back to the regents for
us to make it permanent, there are a lot
of questions that need to be answered."

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