Mark McCloskey stated that he was ‘disappointed’ in the decision that was handed down by the Supreme Court of the United States.
After pointing weapons at protesters outside their home in St. Louis in the year 2020, Mark and Patricia McCloskey’s legal licenses were placed on probation as a consequence of their behavior. The petition that Mark and Patricia McCloskey had submitted to the Supreme Court was denied a hearing.
Mark McCloskey stated that after the decision was announced by the Supreme Court on Monday, it was “a little disappointing” because he “thought that the concept of a lawyer being It’s possible that the Supreme Court might deem it noteworthy if he was punished for nothing more than defending himself and exercising his Second Amendment rights,”
In February of 2022, they both entered guilty pleas to misdemeanor counts. As a consequence of the convictions, the Supreme Court of Missouri suspended their legal licenses as a result of the guilty pleas. As a result of the acts of the two couples, the highest court in the state concluded that both of them should be placed on probation, and the suspension of their licenses should be postponed for one year.
If Mark and Patricia are unable to fulfill the requirements of the terms of their probation, they will be disqualified from practicing law in the state.