WASHINGTON DC — The US Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal from Mark and Patricia McCloskey, the couple’s attorneys, whose license to practice law was suspended for pointing guns at protesters alleging racial injustice outside their St. Louis mansion in 2020 had.
Mark McCloskey is among several Republicans running for the US Senate in August’s Missouri primary. McCloskey says he wasn’t surprised by the decision.
In February, the Missouri Supreme Court placed the couple on probation for a year so they could continue to practice law.
You must also provide 100 hours of free legal advice. The appeal to the US Supreme Court was aimed at ending the probation.
https://fox2now.com/news/missouri/high-court-wont-hear-appeal-over-mccloskeys-law-licenses/ The Supreme Court will not hear an appeal over McCloskey’s licenses